Novak Djokovic has ended the debate, at least in his mind. This weekend in Beijing, the World No. 1 admitted he thinks he’s had a better season this year than 2011 when he went on an incredible 2011.
“For many reasons,” Djokovic said. “I just feel like as a more complete person and a player. I’m a father and a husband. Just different circumstances that happen in my life in last couple of years that have helped me to enjoy all the success that I have on the tennis court even more.
“So 2011 was absolutely an incredible year. But I feel this year I’m enjoying it even more because I’m more, I would say, fulfilled, more complete, more mature as a person and a player.”
This year, Djokovic is 63-5 (21-4 v Top 10) with 7 titles (in 11 finals) including three Grand Slams.
In 2011, Djokovic finished 70-6 (21-4 v Top 10) with 10 titles (in 11 finals) also with three Slams.
Djokovic continues his 2015 season this week in Beijing where he has won five times and is undefeated at the event at 24-0.
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