Murray still wary of Djokovic
Andy Murray expects Novak Djokovic to quickly rediscover his best form as the duo prepare to battle for the world No. 1 spot. The Briton overtook Djokovic at the top of the rankings last week and will need to match his results at the ATP World Tour Finals in order to end 2016 as the No. 1. “There’s no reason to
think he won’t have a really good tournament,” said Murray. “I’d imagine shortly he’ll be back to playing his best tennis.” Djokovic has struggled in recent months but has won the season-ending tournament at London’s 02 Arena four years in a row. The Serb will open his account today against Dominic Thiem, while Murray plays Croatia’s Marin Cilic in his first group match tomorrow. Murray has made seven appearances in the World Tour Finals but has yet to make a final.
11-11 Murray’s win-loss record at the ATP World Tour Finals