Djokovic- getting his mojo back

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  1. 2in10s

    2in10s Rookie

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    From looking at his play right now, it looks as though hes finally at that 08 fire back. regardless of his level of play, hes using more fist pumps and portraying a much more aggressive atitude. Does anybody notice this too?
     
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  2. YodaKnowsBest

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    until we see the chest pump hes not back [​IMG]
     
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  3. hawk eye

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    Now he's gotta get his serve back.
     
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  4. NoleDjoko

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    yes i noticed his ground strokes were vere strong
    ajmo nole
     
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  5. decades

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    until he gets deep into a slam you really can't tell at all....
     
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  6. Ocean Drive

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    Didn't look as good out there at all to me.
     
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  7. jackson vile

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    Hell if he can get his serve back to where it was at it's best, he could take number one at by next year.
     
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  8. norbac

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    Finally got to see him play at the French today, liked that he showed so much emotion, he looked pumped out there.
     
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  9. TheTruth

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    I like Djokovic. I hope he does get his mojo back. He's pretty exciting to watch.
     
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  10. Semi-Pro

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    Still not the vintage Djokovic we knew from before but I guess he's climbing back slowly and steadily.

    *Awaits Djokovic Nadal semis since their matches are awesome*
     
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  11. Hitman

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    He's not there...yet.

    But I see his desire to win is coming back. With Ferrer gone, he has a good chance to make a run into the semis, where he will meet you know who.
     
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  12. Topspinslice

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    Haven't check him out this tournament. Is his serving better than the last few tournaments?
     
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  13. Hitman

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    Not quite. He is still trying to get his old serve back. Improvements have come, but it was apparent by today's match that he still has some work to do. The rest of his game though was very good! :)
     
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  14. West Coast Ace

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    That's what I think. Hasn't beaten anyone he shouldn't yet. And Verdasco took care of Kohlschreiber for him... :)

    Yeah, he should sue Todd Martin - it's all his fault... :rolleyes:

    Yeah, I had Ferrer beating him in the bracket - oh, well.
     
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  15. joeri888

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    The guy can easily make the semis, but he'll need to serve better.
     
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