Novak Djokovic dismissed public doubts about his fitness ahead of year-end tournament event ATP World Tour Finals. Novak Djokovic confirms, he is quite fit and ready to embrace his 11th title in 2011.
Indeed, the condition of Djokovic was quite alarming in recent months, with a shoulder injury. This is what made him resign from the Paris Masters quarter-finals last week.
But now, Djokovic was ready to play in tournaments that bring together the world's top eight players, which took place in London, November 20 to 27. In the opening match on Sunday (11.20.11), he will meet the players of the Czech Republic, Tomas Berdych.
"I have been able to do service well, 100 percent, in two or three days," said Djokovic. "To me, the shoulder condition was good today. I can say it has been restored, and ready to compete."
Djokovic joined in Group A along with Andy Murray and David Ferrer, and Berdych. While in Group B, will compete former world number one champion, Roger Federer, with Rafael Nadal, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and Mardy Fish.
Since the beginning of this season, Djokovic's performance was amazing. He's 69-4 record, and grabbed 10 titles, including three grand slams. He was undefeated until June, and posted 41 victories in a row.
Back to London would bring good memories for Djokovic. Because, this is where Djokovic made history for the first time embrace the Wimbledon trophy, after defeating Nadal in the final.