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Despite his loss to Roger Federer in that epic French Open semifinal the other day, Novak Djokovic is undoubtedly the hottest player in professional tennis.
In 2011 the Serb stretched his unbeaten run to 43 matches, and has beaten Rafael Nadal, the world No1, four straight times, including twice on clay, and won the Australian Open.
For those reasons he should be saluted as a champion.
He reminds me very much of Ivan Lendl – an eastern European with a big serve and thumping, rather flat, groundstrokes. Neither was a natural volleyer, though both strove to overcome that weakness and both worked increasingly hard on their speed and stamina.
Incidentally, both had clouds over their temperament early in their careers. Lendl was beaten by Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors in some of his big early
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