Six-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic is looking very confident end the 2013 season at No. 1 place for third consecutive time, where Serbian is leading men’s singles ranking from the beginning of the season. Djokovic should work hard more to clinch titles on the ATP World Tour.
26-year-old Novak Djokovic will return back to tennis on outdoor hard courts in North American, where he is likely to play first ATP Tournament at the 2013 Montreal Masters. Novak Djokovic is having good record on hard court, as he showed best performance against his rivals Roger Federer and Andy Murray. Djokovic has played remarkable tennis in 2013 season and bagged Australian Open and reached final of French Open and Wimbledon Championships.
Novak Djokovic has been enjoying his off court season at the moment, where he has played his last tournament at the 2013 Wimbledon final to his best rival World No. 2 Andy Murray in three sets at All England Club in London. Serbian will have to work hard more to get back to winning streak. Djokovic will come back to training soon on hard courts, as he wants to prepare well for the US Open championships next month.
Djokovic will defend the Montreal Masters, schedule to kick off from 5th August on outdoor hard courts in Canada.