Djokovic to take revenge for `Wimbledon heartbreak` in US Open against Murray
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Djokovic to take revenge for `Wimbledon heartbreak` in US Open against Murray

Last Updated: Tuesday, July 09, 2013, 10:16
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Djokovic to take revenge for `Wimbledon heartbreak` in US Open against MurrayLondon: Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has warned Wimbledon champion Andy Murray that he will come better than ever from his own Wimbledon heartbreak at the US Open next month.

The pair will be seeded to meet in the final of the US Open in September, where Murray is defending the title after beating the Serb last year, although Djokovic gained his revenge for that five-set loss by winning the Australian Open five months ago, the Daily Star reports.

However, despite eyeing to have his revenge on the Scot at the Flushing Meadows, Djokovic said that he will first examine the reasons for Sunday`s defeat, adding that he always tries to analyse every result to find out his plus and negative points.

According to Djokovic, a player always tries to improve, adding that what does not kill one makes him/her stronger.

Djokovic also said that he is striving to achieve that kind of a mentality.

ANI


First Published: Tuesday, July 09, 2013, 10:16

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