Novak Djokovic finding his footing
TORONTO -- Novak Djokovic arrived at the Rogers Cup tired and disappointed after missing out on a medal at the Olympics. But with barely a couple of days to adjust to a new time zone and new surface, he knew exactly what he had to do.
"Focus on your movement," he said. "Everything starts and ends in the legs."
Djokovic was speaking to Canadian television shortly after lifting the trophy, so the plan had clearly paid off. The Serb managed to make the transition from Olympic grass to ...
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