Why Djokovic better buckle down
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- A few hours before his Friday semifinal match, with only a few dozen witnesses, Novak Djokovic was out on the stadium court in full-blown goofball mode -- a side he displays in public less often these days.
At one point, he turned his racket around and directed hitting partner Dusan Vemic to throw him a few fastballs. Gripping the racket head with both hands and using the handle as a bat, Djokovic cracked two offerings into the stands -- no easy task. When the ...
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