New York next stop for dominant Djoker
After Novak Djokovic had beaten him for the second time in six weeks, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was asked if his opponent was completely out of reach -- in a word, surreal.
"He plays incredible tennis," said the Frenchman, who retired from their semifinal match in Montreal trailing 3-0 in the second set, "but he's not an alien. He doesn't hit harder, he doesn't hit the ball earlier. But he's always there. This is tiring when you play against him.
"He does not have the best return on the tour. ...
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