Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer & Andy Murray (and the technology that saved a life)

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Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer & Andy Murray (and the technology that saved a life)

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Novak Djokovic

3-1, d Glencoe

17 Aug 2011: Decedent Murray, down 5-2 in the final set, takes last 10 points to win set.

7 Oct 2011: Dominant Djokovic beats Murray in epic final to win the World Tour Finals.

7 Dec 2011: A hobbling Djokovic beats Murray in rematch of final at ATP Tour Finals.

1 Feb 2012: Clinched first success over Ferrer since 2010 Wimbledon final.

26 Mar 2012: Launched his 42-match winning streak.

3 Jun 2012: Was beaten by then world number three Djokovic in French Open semi-final.

3 Jun 2013: Became world number one with win over Rafael Nadal in the final.

29 Jun 2013: Clinched his second title of the year with win over Roger Federer in Estoril.

10 Jul 2013: Fabio Fognini forced to retire in the second set, with his opponent 4-6, 6-3, 6-1.

12 Jul 2013: Clinched second consecutive French Open title with victory over Rafael Nadal.

19 Jul 2013: A month out through injury, lost semi-final to Stan Wawrinka in Queen’s Club.

14 Aug 2013: Left injured at US Open, but went on to win again at Flushing Meadows to be made world number one for the first time.

19 Sept 2013: Lost to Britain’s Andy Murray in Cincinnati final to give him sixth title of year.

29 Nov 2013: Joined Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in best rivalry with Djokovic winning the final for his fourth year in a row at Indian Wells.

15 Apr 2014: Clinched first Masters 1000 title of season at Miami.

2 Jun 2014: Arrived in Monte Carlo after long-term elbow injury that required surgery.

11 Jun 2014: Won the Monte Carlo Masters to become the first player since Rod Laver in 1969 to win five consecutive Masters 1000 titles.

14 Jun 2014: Challenge Cup was won, ending Djokovic’s 19-match winning streak.

11 Aug 2014: Loses to Stan Wawrinka in French Open final for second successive year.

2 Sep 2014: Won Tokyo Masters and remained number one.

11 Oct 2014: Won Swiss Indoors for sixth title of the year.

21 Nov 2014: Loses in Paris final to Stan Wawrinka.

1 Jan 2015: Clinched Australian Open title for 12th major title.

8 Jan 2015: Surpassed Pete Sampras’s American record for most career Grand Slam wins.

10 Jan 2015: Set to face Roger Federer in Monte Carlo final after being ineligible for ATP Finals.

9 Jan 2015:Lost to Roger Federer in Monte Carlo final for his first defeat in 42 matches.

19 Jan 2015:Finished year as number one for ninth time.

8 Feb 2015:Loss to Novak Djokovic in Australian Open final.

27 Mar 2015: Clinched third successive Australian Open title.

10 Apr 2015: Held off Steve Johnson to win Melbourne Park title.

12 May 2015: Defeated Roger Federer in Roland Garros final to set up all-Murray rematch in Paris.

18 Jun 2015:Beat Serena Williams in Paris to win third French Open.

28 Jun 2015:Beat Stan Wawrinka in the French Open final to become world number one.

28 Sep 2015: Steffi Graf set for 588th Grand Slam final against Australian John Newcombe.

26 Oct 2015:Lost in Cincinnati final to Andy Murray to earn season-ending slide.

2 Nov 2015:Lost in the semi-finals of the US Open to Stan Wawrinka.

1 Jan 2016:Lost in the opening round of Australian Open.

10 Jan 2016: Lost in the second round of French Open to Steve Johnson.

22 Feb 2016:Lost in Dubai final to Dominic Thiem.

6 Mar 2016:Lost in Australian Open semi-final to Marin Cilic.

15 May 2016:Lost in Indian Wells to Dominic Thiem.

29 Mar 2016: Flayed out in Indian Wells to Roger Federer in fourth round.

9 Apr 2016:Lost in Rome final to Novak Djokovic.

10 May 2016: Lost in Madrid final to Rafael Nadal.

15 May 2016:Accentuates his positive record on clay by toppling David Ferrer to claim third title of the year.

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