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Novak Djokovic spent 2015 relentlessly trampling on the hopes and dreams of would-be challengers and the world No. 1 again looms as the reality check to their new season ambitions when the Australian Open gets underway Monday.Some suggested Wawrinka's breakthrough heralded the end of the dominance of the "Big Four," the annual parceling of Grand Slams between Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Andy Murray.And while Wawrinka denied Djokovic a calendar Grand Slam with victory in last season's French Open final, the Serb has all but carved up the men's game for himself.2016 is just 15 days old but Djokovic is already being tipped for the calendar slam.
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