Novak Djokovic of Serbia talks with the media at the end of the Rogers Cup Sportsnet Ball Hockey Challenge during qualifying of the Rogers Cup tennis tournament at the Aviva Centre. Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports
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World number one Novak Djokovic is looking forward to playing on his favored hardcourt surface at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, but the Serb urged caution as he returns to action for the first time since his shock Wimbledon exit.The 29-year-old, who was aiming to become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to win all four grand slams in a year, suffered a third-round loss to American Sam Querrey at Wimbledon.However, Djokovic, who has won three of the five Masters tournaments this season, is keeping his expectations in check for the Rogers Cup, which he has won three times.Djokovic brushed aside the Wimbledon loss, which ended his grand slam winning streak at 30 .
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