Novak Djokovic returns to World Cup with Paris


Novak Djokovic celebrates his return to the world championship, having been knocked out of the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters at Damir Dzumhur with a hamstring problem in the second round of Group Hours.

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Renewed:November 1, 2018, 7:42 PM IST

Novak Djokovic returns to World Cup with Paris
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Novak Djokovic celebrates his return to the world championship, having been knocked out of the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters at Damir Dzumhur with a hamstring problem in the second round of Group Hours.

The Serbia international equaled on Wednesday to return to the World Cup next week after Rafa Nadal returned from injury with a hamstring injury, leading a 6-1 lead to a 2-1 victory over Bologna on Sunday. . first.

Djokovic won 20 consecutive wins and equaled a personal record of 29 successive successive victories with his impressive performances in the form he scored above 22 on June 22 take the lead.
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Dzumhur, a courageous and courageous member of the Bercy court, has been downplayed by his fall from 4-1.
In fact, he had fought for 11 minutes in the last match he felt he had broken, although he continued to undergo a long-term physical treatment and had no pandemic.

Djokovic, who excelled in his first game for Joao Sousa, spent 39 minutes when he won 2-1, making it Benedan, telling the network that he is no longer a figurehead.

With the record of the 33 Masters Record and the Paris Saint-Germain record, Djokovic faces a difficult challenge for the past eight years, with Marin Cilic, who has been in impressive form when he beat Grigor Dimitrov 7- 6 (5) 6 -4.

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