Tennis - Mexican Open - Men's Singles - Quarter-Final - Acapulco, Mexico - 02/03/17 - Serbia's Novak Djokovic rests during the match against Australia's Nick Kyrgios. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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Novak Djokovic has lost the tenacity which enabled him to rule men's tennis for a number of years, former mentor Niki Pilic said on Saturday.The 29-year-old Serb appeared to have rediscovered some of his form when he gained revenge over the Briton in January's Qatar Open final but he then suffered a shock second-round Australian Open exit at the hands of Uzbek Denis Istomin.This week he was beaten by Australian Nick Kyrgios in the quarter-finals of an ATP event in Acapulco, prompting Pilic to cast doubts whether Djokovic can reclaim the top spot.
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