Djokovic lost his momentum in the second half of last season and was toppled as the world No. 1.
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Novak Djokovic lost his momentum in the second half of last season and was toppled as the world No. 1 by Andy Murray because his work-rate dropped, the Serbian's former coach Boris Becker said Wednesday.Having completed a career slam when he won his maiden French Open title in June, Djokovic suffered an astonishing loss of form.He crashed out of Wimbledon in the third round to American Sam Querrey and made a first-round exit at the Rio Olympics at the hands of Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro.Djokovic then lost the U.S. Open final to Swiss Stan Wawrinka, a defeat six-times major champion Becker said was a massive psychological blow to the Serb.
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