During a (horizontal?) media appearance today at the Rogers Cup in Montreal, Novak Djokovic says that he’s “eager to win some more match” after taking a break and hitting the U.S. talk show circuit.
Calling it the “best eight months my life”, Djokovic went 48-1 winning eight titles including the Australian Open and his first Wimbledon in July. The Serb now has his sights firmly set on a first US Open title.
He’ll begin that push this week in Montreal and then Cincinnati starting on August 15, just without the flip-flops.
In his first official match as a World No. 1, Djokovic will play the winner of Nikolay Davydenko and Flavio Cipolla on Tuesday.
“I have the game that brought me to No. 1, to where I am,” Djokovic told Tom Tebbutt. “Of course, there’s always something to improve, that’s why we’re working for hours and hours every day. I think I have the game that is good enough, on any surface, to beat the best players in the world.”
Djokovic won the 2007 Canadian Open in Montreal.
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