On his website, Novak Djokovic confirmed his summer schedule earlier this week.
The Serb will seek a fourth title at the Toronto Masters starting on Monday (the draw will be released later tonight).
He will then travel to Brazil for the Olympic games which begin on Saturday, August 6 before returning to the U.S. to bid for a first title in Cincinnati on August 15.
Djokovic was stunned on July 2 by Sam Querrey in the third round at Wimbledon. And afterward he left his future schedule uncertain.
“We’ll see. I have to think about it,” he said of his schedule. “Get away from tennis.”
Djokovic didn’t play in Serbia’s Davis Cup loss, but he will be back next week.
Djokovic’s rivals Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer all withdrew from the Toronto event leaving the World No. 1 as the heavy favorite for the title. And with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga also pulling out, Djokovic will be the only former champion in the field.
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