Novak Djokovic to miss US Open Tournament 2017 due to elbow injury


A renowned Tennis Champion Novak Djokovic will not able to play in US open tournament due to an elbow injury on Wednesday. The tournament will get start in August.

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In July, he was being directed to retire from his Wimbledon quarterfinal over Tomas Berdych due to the injury and now the player will miss US Open tournament.

On Facebook, Djokovic asserted after the injury, “I have made a decision to not play any competition, any tournaments for the rest of 2017.”

“Unfortunately this is the decision that had to be made at this moment. Wimbledon was probably the toughest tournament for me in terms of feeling the pain that has escalated,” he stated.

Amid mid-January 2015 and June 2016, Djokovic clinched 17 games out of his 22 final matches played in 24 tournaments.

It appeared nothing could break off his supremacy of world tennis.

In any case, since winning the French Open a year ago to finish Career Grand Slam, he has neglected to assert another major.

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He slammed out of the Australian Open in the second round and the French Open in the quarterfinals.