Following losses Monday to Juan Martin del Potro and Tuesday night in doubles at the Rio Olympic games, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic passed up a chance to play in the just-released mixed doubles draw and reportedly won’t even play in Cincinnati next week.
— Alex Krstanovic (@acabgd) August 9, 2016
After the French, the only two holes left on Djokovic’s resume is a gold medal and a Cincinnati title.
While Djokovic will take some time off, Rafael Nadal is going all out in Rio. He confirmed his participation in the mixed draw with Garbine Muguruza.
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