Serbia's Novak Djokovic celebrates winning a game during his men's singles final match against Britain's Andy Murray on day fourteen of the 2016 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 31, 2016. AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST
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Novak Djokovic's domination of 2016 is not as inevitable as it might appear, former British number one Tim Henman believes, even if the other members of the "Big Four" will have to raise their game and hope the Serbian falters.Djokovic won 11 titles including three of the four majors last year and has a 12-0 record this season, having thrashed Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray to win the title in Doha and a record-equaling sixth Australian Open crown.Henman, while conceding there is now a gap between Djokovic and the other top players, does not think it has become a gulf.Henman thinks Federer, who won the last of his 17 major titles in 2012, and Murray look most likely to prevent a Djokovic grand slam sweep this year as Stan Wawrinka did at the French Open last year.
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