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Australian Open 2020: No clear favourites, feels Novak Djokovic

Mid-Day Tuesday, 14 January 2020
*Sydney:* Defending champion Novak Djokovic insisted there are no clear favourites for next week's Australian Open despite his ominous start to the season."

The World No. 2 was in fine touch at the ATP Cup, leading Serbia to victory over 23 other nations in the new men's team event, overpowering Davis Cup champions Spain in...
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