According to Spanish sports outlet Marca, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will skip the upcoming Madrid Masters.
Djokovic, who won the Madrid title in 2011 beating rival Rafael Nadal, missed the event last year due to a right wrist injury.
Djokovic has won the first three Masters events of the season and has built a massive lead in the rankings. After his second Monte Carlo title, Djokovic has won 17 straight matches and 21 straight matches at the Masters level.
This season Djokovic has won four titles with a 30-2 record. Since the US Open, the Serb has won 47 of 50 matches.
Neither Djokovic nor the tournament has confirmed the withdrawal.
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