Target: Novak

Djokovic's opponents are gearing up to attack the cracks in his game

Updated: December 15, 2011, 2:39 PM ET
By Shaun Assael | ESPN The Magazine

FROM HIS GLUTEN-FREE DIET to the CVAC pod he reportedly used to jack up his red blood cells, Novak Djokovic spent the past two years re-engineering himself. The result? A 70-6 record in 2011 that made everyone else look slow. While Djokovic credits confidence, not training, for his wins, the real question is whether his rebuilt game is built to last. The Serb staggered to the end of his historic year, pulling out of the Paris Masters in the quarterfinals with a bad shoulder in November ...

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