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Novak Djokovic leads walking wounded at Australian Open

Twelve-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic headlines a list of walking wounded at the Australian Open, with the Serb desperate to get back to winning ways after six months out injured. The former world number one is making a tilt at a record seventh Melbourne Park crown, but has some serious rust to shake off if he is to make an impression.

Djokovic to play at Tie Break Tens

MELBOURNE - Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic will make a return to the court before the Australian Open by playing at the Tie Break Tens tournament in Melbourne, the organisers have confirmed.

Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka are also confirmed to take part in the unusual tournament, where matches consist of first-to-10 point tie breaks.

Grigor Dimitrov Will Take Part in Tennis Tournament in Vienna

Our best tennis player Grigor Dimitrov will take part in the hard floor tournament in Vienna. The news was confirmed by the organizers of the race, which boasted in the social networks that he will debut in the Austrian capital, reported BGNES.

The tournament, which is in the ATP 500 category, has a prize of 2 million euros and will take place from 23rd to 29th October.

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