Tennis, Monte Carlo Masters: Djokovic reaches second round

Tennis, Monte Carlo Masters: Djokovic reaches second round

Tennis, Monte Carlo Masters: Djokovic reaches second round

"It is one of the most lovely clubs in the world without a doubt".

Nadal who is a 16-time Grand Slam victor will be eyeing his 11 title at the Monte Carlo Masters as he looks to win the tournament for the third time in a row.

The 31-year-old, Nadal, begins his claycourt title-hunting season with few matches in the legs this year though, having taken an extended rest after suffering a hip injury in Melbourne against Croatia's Marin Cilic who will be seeded two at the Monte Carlo Country Club overlooking the ocean.

Federer is not the only big name missing from the Monte Carlo draw, with Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka also absent as they recover from injuries.

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But with Federer once again skipping the claycourt season, former US Open victor Cilic believes becoming the world's best player is a realistic goal after an excellent start to the year.

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Former world number one Novak Djokovic loses just one game on his way to victory over Dusan Lajovic in the first round of the Monte Carlo Masters.

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"It's a fresh start I think for both of us".

Concerning his health and spontaneity in the game as he's about to return fully to action, he said: "I feel good", he said. The Monte Carlo tournament launched his career as a scraggly-haired 16-year-old in 2003, although the sun had long set when he beat defending French Open champion Albert Costa under floodlights in the second round.

"It's not great but, I mean, first match on clay, you know, I'm expecting (a) little soreness", said Nishikori.

After significant rest during the second half of past year and a medical procedure in February, Djokovic spoke confidently of being pain-free - at long last. "In my experience, on the tennis court, the crowd gets more insane, the crowd gets more emotional and enjoys the match with more passion when you play good points".

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