Serbia's ATP No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic rests during an open training session at the Milan Gale Muskatirovic sports center in Belgrade on September 30, 2016. / AFP / PEDJA MILOSAVLJEVIC
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Novak Djokovic no longer sees winning Grand Slam titles or staying top of the men's ATP rankings as a priority in his tennis career, Serbia's world No. 1 said Friday.Djokovic, who steamrolled to Australian and French Open titles in the first half of the season, has suffered a dramatic loss of form since and pulled out of next week's China Open with an elbow injury.Djokovic was unstoppable in 2015 when he won three out of four major titles and this year he finally completed a career slam after clinching his maiden French Open title by beating Briton Andy Murray in the final.
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