Novak Djokovic seems to have the proper mindset in what it might be a historical week for the men`s Tennis. With his game way below expectations in the past months, the Serb came to London to make a statement of his value and status. So far, he did it well despite having some awkward moments while on the tennis court when he seemed distracted.

With the Serb getting momentum, Andy Murray has all the right to fear for his recently gained ATP crown. If the Scotsman will end up in 2nd place in his group then he`ll face Djokovic in the next round in a highly anticipated match. But, if he wins his group the clash will be possible only in the final thus adding an extra drama feel to the moment.

Djokovic with a solid game

Despite having some issues in the opening match against Dominic Thiem, Djokovic rolled back in the right mood and did what he knows best - winning matches. Being a set down against Thiem as a result of a dramatic tie-break, the Serb crushed the Austrian star in the next 2 sets. The decisive match was played against Milos Raonic, a big server, with both sets being decided on a tie-break.

Yesterday, Djokovic played a perfect match against David Goffin. The 25-year-old Belgian who acted as a replacement for an injured Gael Monfils had no chance. It was Djokovic who made an exhibit of power by winning in straight sets 6-1 6-2.

While his tennis seems better and better and his sharpness is recovering, Djokovic has some emotional outbursts to deal with in the near future.

Djokovic has strange behavior

While on the tennis court, the ATP star got himself into some weird moments. This time, it was a dispute with the chair umpire following a time violation warning received by the Serb. Djokovic asked for further clarification from the umpire who defended himself citing the ATP regulations.

Also in London, during the previous matches, Djokovic had some weird reactions. Against Raonic, following an unforced error he made, the Serb looked toward his coaches and laughed ironically.

A while ago, Djokovic admitted that he needs to find higher motivation in order to keep his game as good as it was prior his success at the French Open.

The triumph on the French clay ended a circle with the Serb having won all 4 Grand Slam events at least once.

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