Britain Tennis - Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Preview - O2 Arena, London - 11/11/16 Serbia's Novak Djokovic during a press conference Action Images via Reuters / Tony O'Brien Livepic
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Novak Djokovic intends to come out fighting at next week's ATP World Tour Finals and prove that rumours of his decline have been grossly exaggerated.Andy Murray was his victim in both those finals but last week the Scot evicted Djokovic from the ATP's world number one spot that he had jealously guarded for more than two years.Since his long-awaited first Roland Garros title in June, Djokovic has suffered some crushing blows; losing to Sam Querrey in the third round at Wimbledon, exiting the Rio Olympics in the first round and then being trumped by Stan Wawrinka in the U.S. Open final.Murray must contend with U.S. Open champion Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori and Monday's opponent Marin Cilic, but whatever happens Djokovic knows their battle for supremacy will continue in 2017 .
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