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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 4:23 pm

Hey where are the other Novak fans arh?
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Post by Nazrin on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 4:25 pm

I guess we're the only most fanatic forummer of nole here.. lol..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 4:28 pm

Get your friends from the Novak Djokovic forum to come here lah...then we can talk about him all day. Hahaha.
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Post by Nazrin on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 4:30 pm

I'm too lazy leh..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 4:31 pm

So am I... lol!
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Post by Alan_Ariel on Thu 19 Jun 2008, 10:34 pm

haha, only you two are obsess with nole.. Very Happy
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Post by Nazrin on Fri 20 Jun 2008, 5:06 am

@Alan_Ariel wrote:haha, only you two are obsess with nole.. Very Happy

You can join us Alan.. you're the only one who obsess with David A. though lol! ..

I'll join you if you join me stick
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 20 Jun 2008, 12:44 pm

We'll join Alan supporting Archie in anything he does if he supports anything Novak does...yeah good deal. Hahaha.
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Post by Nazrin on Sat 21 Jun 2008, 12:46 am













Novak Djokovic is aiming to show he can a real force on grass this
year at Wimbledon.
Photograph: Martin Godwin/The Guardian


Novak
Djokovic is playing tennis on the roof terrace of London's County Hall
with the capital's new mayor Boris Johnson and dozens of primary-school
children. While Johnson tends to whack the ball back at the kids'
heads, Djokovic lobs gentle returns, and encourages. "Good! Lovely!
That's it!" He is promoting the 2012 Olympics for Adidas , and seems to
have all the time in the world.

But as soon as the event is
over, he rushes back to his hotel surrounded by minders and managers. A
few minutes later they re-emerge and march towards the Thames, where a
speedboat is waiting to take him back to Putney. No time for cabs, no
time for small talk. Just focus, focus, focus, focus. He is due on the
practice courts in half an hour. Djokovic is tall, proud, erect and
unobserved among the South Bank crowds.

A couple of years ago he
was talked of in the same breath as Andy Murray - same age, both
baseline rally types, they climbed into the top 10 side by side. Then
last summer everything changed. Murray missed Wimbledon with injury and
fell away, while Djokovic went supersonic. He won four Masters singles
finals, lost in the final of the US Open to Roger Federer and aged 20
won his first grand slam final, the Australian. Today, he is world No3.

Djokovic,
who has his heart set on Wimbledon, is one of three Serbs who could
well dominate tennis over the next few years. Alongside him are the
world's top two women, Ana Ivanovic and Jelena Jankovic. All three are
young, good-looking and rapidly changing the perception of a country
still better known for its ethnic cleansing than sporting icons.

Djokovic
has been marketed as the tennis player with personality. While Federer
has his killer calm, Nadal his ape-man appeal, Djokovic has his
hinterland. He is currently reading an epic biography about Nikola
Tesla, the Serb scientist who played a pioneering role in the
industrial development of electricity and was eventually poisoned; he
likes to listen to opera (Don Giovanni is a favourite); he speaks four
languages fluently; and there is the sense of humour. Djokovic is
nicknamed the Djoker. YouTube shows his brilliant impressions of fellow
players - Nadal ticking and twitching and receiving so low he is almost
horizontal, Maria Sharapova flouncing and bouncing before serving,
Federer twirling his racket, flicking his head and celebrating.

But
already they are becoming a thing of the past. He no longer does
impersonations on court - in case he came to be regarded more as a
comic than a competitor. Now, everything is dedicated to winning. Last
year, he stayed at a posh Chelsea hotel and found travelling to
Wimbledon a nightmare. This year, he's already settled in to an
apartment on its doorstep.

He does not big himself up, but he
obviously thinks he has a good chance next week. Who is his main
threat? "I wouldn't put myself in the position of a No1 favourite. Of
course, I would give this role to Federer, who is defending champion,
and Nadal. I'm one of the players trying to make a surprise this year.
Coming to Wimbledon as a grand slam champion gives me much more reason
to believe I can challenge the best two players."

Is Federer on
the decline? "I don't think so," he says. But he doesn't sound too
sure. "This year he's losing more often, but it's normal. He's a human."

As
for the chances of Britain's Murray, his response is diplomatic. "I was
always saying he has great potential and talent, but he has been
struggling physically with a lot of injuries. His time is still to
come. He will be extremely motivated to do well in the UK."

The
way he talks about him, as a player to watch, is a measure of the
progress Djokovic has made over the past year. Is he surprised that he
has leaped ahead of the Scotsman, who is seeded only 12th this year?
"Well I was never comparing myself with Murray, even though of course I
am the same generation as him. I was always trying to just look at
myself and focus on my game and to get the right people around me, the
perfect surroundings, the perfect team to develop day after day. Then I
did it. Mentally I was strong. I accept tennis as my job, as my life,
and I think this dedication was very important."

What advice
would he give Murray? "I wouldn't give him any advice. He knows very
well what he needs to do. He just needs to pay more attention to his
injuries. Physically, he's struggled a lot in the past year."

Djokovic
was born on May 22 1987, a week later than Murray. His parents were
both sporty and business-minded. His father, Srdjan, skied for the
former Yugoslavia and was a professional footballer. The family split
their time between Belgrade and the resort of Kopaonik, where his
parents ran a pizza place and gave skiing lessons. Over the road from
the restaurant, three new tennis courts were built when he was four
years old. That is what started him off. He says the restaurant has
become a symbol of and for his family.

When he turned up for
his first lesson at age five with the coach Jelena Gencic, whom he has
called the biggest tennis influence in his life, he had a bag with him
containing a racket, towel, bottle of water, banana, wrist-bands,
everything a tennis pro would need. Gencic asked if his mother had
packed his bag. "No," he told her, "I packed it." His mother, Dijina,
recently told Observer Sport Monthly that he was a perfectionist.

Why
does he think this generation of talent has emerged from Serbia's
horrific recent history? "It doesn't relate to anything," he says. "We
didn't have any system in the country which brought us up.
Unfortunately, we've grown up in very difficult circumstances for our
country - we had a lot of wars and trouble so the doors to Europe and
the world were pretty much closed to us so we had to find our own way
through, but the good thing about our past and my childhood is that
though we didn't have great conditions we managed to find a way through
and appreciate some things in life much more now."

How old was
he when they were bombed? "I was 12. Not myself. I was not being
bombed. But the Serbians. I was in Belgrade, every single day every
single night, but let's get to another question. I just don't want to
talk about it because I don't like negative memories in my life." In
the past he has talked about how he would play tennis during the day in
the open air, and the family would run from building to building at
night to shelter from the bombs. But isn't the fact you came through
all this a positive story, I ask?

"Sure, I don't like to
remember, but it made us stronger mentally. That's for sure." He is
proud of his homeland, and talks of the "Serbian defiant streak" that
has helped him become a winner. But in the diary on his website he
admits there is a downside. "Serbs also have one negative trait, which
is envy. As the Serbian saying goes: 'May the neighbour's cow drop
dead!' But this must be tolerated, for it is part of life."

Shortly
after winning in Melbourne, he sent a video message to an
anti-Kosovo-independence rally urging a unified Serbia. His father's
family are from Kosovo, which he refers to as the centre of Serbian
culture and the cradle of Serbian humanity. Is he aware that he and his
fellow tennis players are helping to repair Serbia's reputation? "Well,
we represent ourselves in the first place because it is individual
sport, and then our country as well every time our name shows up on
screen. I think it's a great thing for Serbia. But we cannot change
everything. We are aware of that."

The fact that the three most
famous Serb tennis players are so smiling and attractive also helps
change opinion, does it not? He grins. "Yeah, I know what you mean
because Serbia having this bad reputation unfortunately made our lives
a bit more difficult. Every time you introduced yourself and said where
you were coming from, people looked at you in a strange way, but now
things are changing. They've noticed things are going much better for
us and in our country in general."

We talk about his sporting
hero, Pete Sampras. You could not have been more different players, I
say, Sampras was the supreme serve-and-volleyer. "I know, but I loved
his approach to tennis and his mental strength. At the tough moments he
was always the best. That's why he's the best in history."

He
now has two younger brothers coming up behind him, 16-year-old Marko
and 12-year-old Djordje. Will they be as good? "Hopefully even better."
Is he coaching them? "Yes. The young one is here with me. He's
following me, helping me out, he's my sparring partner. He's learning."
Could Djordje take a game off him? He laughs. "Come on! I would let him
win."

If he were not a tennis player, he reckons he would have
probably joined one of the other family businesses, football or skiing.
But really it was never in doubt. "My biggest passion is for tennis.
I'm happy that I chose tennis. It is a destiny for me." He picks up his
racket, hops off the speedboat and marches towards Wimbledon.

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Post by Nazrin on Sat 21 Jun 2008, 12:46 am

NIce picture.. hehe..
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Post by Nazrin on Sat 21 Jun 2008, 11:34 am



Wimbledon draw is out! Nole in Federer’s half!













The greatest tennis tournement, Wimbledon, will be held from June 23rd till July 6th 2008.

128
players will be fighting for two weeks for The Championships title,
1000 ATP points and 750.000 British pounds. Last year, Roger Federer
lifted the trophy for the fifth consecutive time, and this year Novak
will try his best to lift the trophy for the first time.

No.1 and no.3 players in the world could meet in the semifinals. But before that, Novak must win five matches.

In
his fourth appearance at Wimbledon, Novak will start the tournament
with the match against no.83 in the world Michael Berrer (GER).
Djokovic and the seven years older Berrer have never played eachother
before.

In the second round Novak will play against the winner of the match between Marat Safin (RUS) and Fabio Fognini (ITA).

These are Novak’s potential rivals in the later stages of the tournament:

Third round: Andreas Seppi (ITA,29)
Fourth round: Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI,13), Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP,21)
Quarterfinals: David Nalbandian (ARG,7), Marcos Baghdatis (CYP,10), Ivo Karlovic (CRO,18)
Semifinals: Roger Federer (SUI,1)
Finals: Rafael Nadal (ESP,2)

Last year, Novak reached semifinals, when he retired in the match vs Rafael Nadal because of injury.

Competition on All England Club courts starts on Monday.

Good luck Nole!
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Post by Nazrin on Sat 21 Jun 2008, 11:35 am

Good Luck Nole!!
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Post by Nazrin on Wed 25 Jun 2008, 1:12 pm



Novak against Safin in Wimbledon second round (Wednesday at 14.00 CET)!













The
Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic won his opening match at this
year's Wimbledon tournament in four sets, 7:5, 2:6, 6:3, 6:0, in 2
hours and 7 minutes.

Novak was made to work hard for his first
win. There were many break chances in the first four games of the
match, but both players held their services. The crucial moment
happened in the twelfth game, when Djokovic used break point to take
the set 7:5 after 48 minutes.

The best Serbian tennis player
lost his concentration in the second set. Berrer used his chances, and
managed to break twice, in the fifth and seventh game for 6:2 and 1:1
in sets.

Djokovic started playing much better in the third set.
He broke his opponent's service in the second game and kept that lead
till the end to win the set 6:3.

That gave additional strength
to Novak. The German lost his selfconfidence and failed to win a single
game in the final fourth set. Result was 6:0 for no.3 in the world.

Novak's postmatch interview is here.

Djokovic's
second round oponent on Wednesday will be Russian Marat Safin (world
no.75) who beat Italian Fabio Fognini in straight sets on Monday.

Novak
played former world number one once before. It was in the first round
in Melbourne Park three years ago, when Safin was dominant (6:0, 6:2,
6:1).
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Wed 25 Jun 2008, 7:00 pm

Nole has a tough draw. I got the men's draw from the newspaper and traced his possible opponents. They are:

3rd round: Andreas Seppi(29)
4th round: Stanislas Wawrinka(13)
Quarters: Marcos Baghdatis(10)

wahhh...
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Post by Nazrin on Thu 26 Jun 2008, 4:10 pm

Novak Djokovic lose in the second round.. Sad

To Marat Safin.. I think he's so pressured..
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Post by Nazrin on Thu 26 Jun 2008, 4:13 pm



Safin ends Novak’s Wimbledon hopes!



25.06.2008








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The
Australian Open champion and third seed Novak Djokovic lost to Marat
Safin in the second round of The Championships at Wimbledon in three
sets, 4:6, 6:7 (3:7), 2:6, in 2 hours and 1 minute.

Djokovic was
serving in the opening game. He faced a break point but held. Safin
followed with a good service game. There was no break till the fifth
game, when Safin broke Novak’s service for the first time. Novak
rebroke immediately, but the Russian broke for the second time in the
seventh game for 4:3 lead, and then backed it up with a hold. He took
the first set 6:4.

There were no breaks of service in the second
set and it was decided in tiebreak. The Russian made two mini breaks
and won the breaker 7-3.

The third set didn’t start well for
Djokovic either. He was broken to 15 with a double fault, already in
the second game. Safin backed up his break to take 3:0 lead. He
continued to play really well. Djokovic was far from his best, very
unconsistant with his shots.The Russian broke his service once again in
the eighth game to win the set 6:2 for a place in the third round where
he will play against Andreas Seppi from Italy.

Last year Djokovic reached the semifinals when he lost to Rafael Nadal.

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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 12:41 pm

I STILL CANT BELIEVE NOVAK LOST.
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Post by Nazrin on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 1:20 pm

@Nf-Heartbreaker wrote:I STILL CANT BELIEVE NOVAK LOST.

It just not his day NF..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 8:30 pm

NooxPhe2 wrote:
@Nf-Heartbreaker wrote:I STILL CANT BELIEVE NOVAK LOST.

It just not his day NF..
I know it wasnt, double-faulting on match point and all, but I cant help but feel very very disappointed. Sad
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Post by Nazrin on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 9:23 pm

Seven little tennis players,
showing off their tricks,
B. Becker didn't have enough,
And then there were only six.

Six little tennis players,
trying to stay alive,
Bolelli couldn't find the court,
And then there were only five.

Five little tennis players,
giving more and more,
Querrey couldn't hold his serve,
And then there were only four.

Four little tennis players,
battling viciously.
All Lleyton had was the crowd,
And then there were only three.

Three little tennis players,
What did they have to do?
Ferrer figured it out too late,
And then there were only two.

Two little tennis players,
(this one would be fun!)
The streak is over, Federer's bounced,
And then there was but one.

One little tennis player,
standing in the way,
Of Novak's win, is Jo-Wilfried him?
Please God, not today.
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 9:33 pm

OMG awesome! Where did you find it?
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Post by Nazrin on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 9:36 pm

@Nf-Heartbreaker wrote:OMG awesome! Where did you find it?

Of course at Novak Djokovic Forum..

Razz Razz
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 27 Jun 2008, 9:38 pm

...
Oh.
LOLLLL.
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Post by Nazrin on Sun 29 Jun 2008, 2:24 am

I wish u best of luck Nole!
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Post by Nazrin on Mon 30 Jun 2008, 4:44 pm



Nole's official calendar until the end of 2008!













Third ranked player in the world, Novak Djokovic, will play nine tournaments until the end of 2008.

21.07.2008. Toronto (Masters)
28.07.2008. Cincinnati (Masters)
11.08.2008. Beijing (Olympics)
25.08.2008. New York - US Open (Grand Slam)
19.09.2008. Bratislava - Davis Cup (Slovakia vs. Serbia)
22.09.2008. Bangkok
12.10.2008. Madrid (Masters)
26.10.2008. Paris (Masters)
09.11.2008. Shanghai (Masters Cup)

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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Mon 30 Jun 2008, 6:03 pm

Nine tournaments only ah...LOL.
The only non-masters/gs/olympics/dc he's playing is bangkok...woahhh so close to SG...woo.
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Post by Nazrin on Mon 30 Jun 2008, 6:14 pm

yah so close.. sob.. but i can't go.. not rich enough..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Mon 30 Jun 2008, 6:17 pm

You want to go to Wimbledon next year?
take part in the thai airways wimbledon champions prediction competition. I want to take part. hehe.
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Post by Nazrin on Tue 01 Jul 2008, 5:19 am

@Nf-Heartbreaker wrote:You want to go to Wimbledon next year?
take part in the thai airways wimbledon champions prediction competition. I want to take part. hehe.

I dont want to.. I dont have enough money.. sob.. maybe after studying oversea's ..
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Post by happy_face on Sat 05 Jul 2008, 10:38 pm

You all are really Fans of him
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Post by Nazrin on Sun 06 Jul 2008, 12:15 am

Happy_Face_523 wrote:You all are really Fans of him

Yes I am.. I'm a big fan of the william sister too..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Sun 06 Jul 2008, 5:04 pm

NooxPhe2 wrote:
@Nf-Heartbreaker wrote:You want to go to Wimbledon next year?
take part in the thai airways wimbledon champions prediction competition. I want to take part. hehe.

I dont want to.. I dont have enough money.. sob.. maybe after studying oversea's ..

Don't have enough money?
It's free what I thought. Just need to pay for the sms, that's all. If you win, it's all FREE=]
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Post by Nazrin on Sun 06 Jul 2008, 6:16 pm

Oh okay, hehe,, I'm going to concentrate on my study .. 2 more months then PMR already.. can't believe it.. Time run so fast..
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Sun 06 Jul 2008, 6:20 pm

Good luck Phe!
sprity (cheering)
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Post by Nazrin on Sun 06 Jul 2008, 6:21 pm

Thanks NF..
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Post by Alan_Ariel on Mon 07 Jul 2008, 3:57 pm

good luck to you, phe.. Very Happy
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Tue 08 Jul 2008, 10:38 am

so where's he going to next?
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Post by camomile on Tue 08 Jul 2008, 12:37 pm

Nadal is having knee injury....cant compete in next competition
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Post by Nazrin on Tue 08 Jul 2008, 4:53 pm

@camomile wrote:Nadal is having knee injury....cant compete in next competition

Good lol, anyway this is Novak thread cam.. lol!
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 11 Jul 2008, 12:52 pm

no news ah.
alamak.
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Nole Qualifies For Tennis Masters Cup 2008




New Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal is among a star trio announced as
the first qualifiers for the 2008 Tennis Masters Cup. The Spaniard will
join four-time champion Roger Federer of Switzerland, whom he beat in
an epic Wimbledon final, and Serbian Novak Djokovic at the prestigious
circuit finale, to be held for the fourth year at Shanghai’s Qi Zhong
Stadium from November 9-16.

New Wimbledon champions and Stanford ATP Doubles Race leaders Daniel
Nestor of Canada and Serbian Nenad Zimonjic, and American twins Bob and
Mike Bryan, have also clinched the first two doubles places in the
elite eight-team field at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai.

ATP World No. 2 Nadal, who became the first player since Sweden’s Bjorn
Borg in 1980 to capture to Roland Garros and Wimbledon title
back-to-back, has held down the top stop in the ATP 2008 Race standings
since clinching his fourth straight Roland Garros title in June. He
currently leads the ATP circuit with a 56-7 match record and six titles
this season. Following runner-up finishes in Chennai and at the ATP
Masters Series event in Miami, the Spaniard won at Monte-Carlo,
Barcelona, Hamburg and Roland Garros and then collected his first
career grass court title at Queen’s Club prior to his historic triumph
at the All England Club.

“I have just been informed that I have qualified for the Masters in
Shanghai,” said Nadal, a semifinalist in his two Tennis Masters Cup
appearances. “I am very happy about this fact since it will be my
fourth consecutive. I couldn’t play on the first one and I have never
managed to win it, so I am really looking forward for this year’s event
and as always I’ll try my best knowing it won’t be easy.”

ATP World No. 1 and defending Tennis Masters Cup champion Federer is
set to return to the circuit finale for the seventh straight year
following his appearance in the Wimbledon final. The Swiss has compiled
a 43-9 season record, collecting ATP titles in April at Estoril and in
June at Halle. In addition to Wimbledon, he finished as runner-up to
Nadal at Masters Series Monte-Carlo, Masters Series Hamburg and Roland
Garros.

Federer has reached the Tennis Masters Cup final the past five years.
He won back-to-back titles in 2003-04 and again in 2006-07.

Djokovic earns his second straight Tennis Masters Cup berth, having
compiled a 38-9 record and three titles through the first half of the
season. The 21-year-old Serb opened the year by capturing his first
career Grand Slam title at the Australian Open, and followed it up with
the ATP Masters Series titles at Indian Wells and Rome.

Following the Wimbledon final, Nadal has accumulated 955 points to lead
the ATP 2008 Race. Federer holds the second position in the Race with
685 points and Djokovic the third with 649 points, 278 points ahead of
his nearest rival, Nikolay Davydenko.

“It is wonderful to see these three great players, Rafa, Roger and
Novak, qualify for the Tennis Masters Cup again. Shanghai 2008 is
certain to be a thrilling finale as the battle for the year-end World
No.1 ranking is the closest in years,” said Tennis Masters Cup
Tournament Director Brad Drewett.

Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic overtook the Bryan twins at the top
position in the Stanford ATP Doubles Race by winning their third title
from their fifth consecutive final, Saturday at Wimbledon. Nestor and
Zimonjic have compiled a 22-2 team record in their last five
tournaments, lifting the trophies at Masters Series Hamburg, Queen’s
Club and Wimbledon and finishing runners-up at Masters Series Rome and
Roland Garros.

This marks the sixth straight year that Nestor has qualified for the
Tennis Masters Cup. After reaching the final for the first time in
2006, he and long-time partner Mark Knowles clinched the title last
year. Zimonjic will be making his third appearance in the circuit
finale, and reached the final in his Tennis Masters Cup debut three
years ago with Leander Paes.

Bob and Mike Bryan, the No. 1 doubles team for the past three years,
have a 43-12 season record with three titles in eight finals. They
moved into sole position of the No. 4 position on the list of Open Era
doubles titles leaders by clinching their 45th career ATP title in
April at Miami, and then titled at Barcelona and Rome.

The 30-year-old American twins, who missed last year’s circuit finale
due to Mike’s elbow injury, won back-to-back Tennis Masters Cup titles
in 2003-04 when the tournament was held in Houston.

The top seven players in the ATP 2008 Race and the top seven teams in
the Stanford ATP Doubles Race following the BNP Paribas Masters qualify
for the circuit finale, with one spot reserved for Grand Slam champions
finishing within the Top 20.
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 11 Jul 2008, 1:25 pm

hard court right? aiyah novak will win lah.
hahahaha.
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Thu 17 Jul 2008, 8:13 am

this thread is dead...
my idol.
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Post by Nazrin on Sat 19 Jul 2008, 12:14 am

When olympic begins.. sure active again nf..
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Post by Nazrin on Sat 19 Jul 2008, 3:25 am

Novak is defending the title from Rogers 2007



The best Serbian player, Novak Djokovic is defending the champion title
from 2007. Rogers Cup will take place in Toronto - July 19 - 27.

About the Tournament

Since 1881, a bevy of tennis stars have blessed Canadians with their
impressive talent. The world famous Canadian Open, the oldest ongoing
tournament after Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, continues to present a
first grade organization. From Toronto to Montreal every other year,
the Rogers Cup is an important leg of the ATP Masters Series. With
$2.615 million dollars U.S. prize money, this event attracts the
world's best tennis players.



The impressive list of past champions on the Canadian stop of the
professional tennis circuit bear such legendary names as John McEnroe,
Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer. At the
inauguration of Toronto's Rexall Centre in 2004, 41 of the 50 best
men's players in the world played for a record Toronto crowd of 165,508
spectators. In 2007, the Rogers Cup enjoyed the best attendance in its
history, attracting 182, 252 spectators to Montreal’s Uniprix Stadium.
Not only is that number a Canadian record, but it is also a world
record for a week-long tennis tournament.
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Sun 20 Jul 2008, 10:18 pm

GO NOVAK!!!!!
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Post by Nazrin on Thu 24 Jul 2008, 2:42 pm

Toronto Masters draw is out!


The
best Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is defending his last year’s
championship title, when he won the tournament beating the third, the
second and the first players in the world - Andy Roddick, Rafael Nadal
and Roger Federer, in consecutive days, which has not been accomplished
on tour since 1994.

Novak is the third seed, and he’s BYE in the first round. He’ll start
this year’s Rogers Cup in the second round against the winner of the
match between Mario Ancic (CRO) and Frank Dancevic (CAN).

Novak’s potential rivals in the later stages of the tournament are:

3rd round: Fernando Verdasco (ESP), Robin Soderling (SWE), Guillermo Canas (ARG)
Quarterfinals: Andy Murray (GBR,8), Marat Safin (RUS), Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI)
Semifinals: Rafael Nadal (ESP,2), David Ferrer (ESP,5), Richard Gasquet (FRA), Marcos Baghdatis (CYP)
Finals: Roger Federer (SUI,1), Nikolay Davydenko (RUS,4), Andy Roddick (USA,6), Fernando Gonzalez (CHI)

Good luck Nole!
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Djokovic is in the third round of Toronto!
The
best Serbian tennis player and the third seed of the tournament, Novak
Djokovic made his way into the third round of Rogers Cup, beating no.82
player in the world, Canadian Frank Dancevic in two sets, 6:4 6:4 in 1
hour and 16 minutes.

The
first set was tight. Novak managed to save two break points in the
opening game of the match. Both players held their services till the
tenth game, when at 5:4 lead Djokovic broke his opponent’s service and
won the first set 6:4.

Djokovic made a break in the sixth game of the second set, and then
held for 5:2 lead. In the eighth game, Dancevic saved one match point,
held, and then broke Novak’s service for the first time in the match
for 5:4. Djokovic broke back immediately for 6:4, to book himself a
place in the third round, where he will play against the winner of the
match between Robin Soderling (SWE) and Fernando Verdasco (ESP).
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Post by Nf-Heartbreaker on Fri 25 Jul 2008, 2:03 pm

I watched it! Was so exciting!
Now he's in quarterfinals after beating Robin Soderling.
Go Nole!
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