Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates after defeating Andy Murray of Britain in their quarter-final men's singles match at the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York early on September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine
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Last year's Australian Open kicked off the biggest shake-up in men's tennis for a decade but Novak Djokovic is primed to stave off the charge of "Generation Next" and take back his throne at Melbourne Park.Federer may be the best placed to stop Djokovic and the Swiss master's 1,000th career win, reached by beating Milos Raonic in the Brisbane International final, proved he still has the hunger to challenge at the age of 33 .Federer's last Grand Slam triumph was at Wimbledon in 2012, however, and his ability to win seven matches of best-of-five-set tennis remains the biggest question mark.Sharing in a morale-boosting Davis Cup win with Federer at the end of the year, Wawrinka also won at Chennai in the lead-up and is on collision course for a mouth-watering semifinal against Djokovic.
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