Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns to Tommy Robredo of Spain during a match on day 6 of the Western & Southern Open at the Linder Family Tennis Center on August 14, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jonathan Moore/Getty Images/AFP
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Roger Federer is the form player going into next week's U.S. Open but Novak Djokovic is favorite to win the title for a second time, according to former champion John McEnroe.Djokovic beat Federer in an epic Wimbledon final but the 27-year-old, who has just married longtime girlfriend Jelena Ristic, lost early in Toronto and Cincinnati and McEnroe believes the Serb has lost focus.It is no foregone conclusion that Djokovic and Federer will contest the final, though.McEnroe believes Briton Andy Murray, the 2012 champion, can use the U.S. Open to spark a long-awaited return to form, while he also tips Canada's Milos Raonic and Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov to make strong runs on the New York cement.Federer will be playing his 60th consecutive grand slam at the U.S. Open – a feat McEnroe labels heroic.
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