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Watch US Open 2017 Live HD
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Novak Djokovic is almost definitely going to withdraw from the Watch US Open 2017 Live according to the Tennis Federation of Serbia’s doctor.The doctor, Zdeslav Milinkovic, told Serbian newspaper Sportski Zurnal that Djokovic has a bone bruise from “excessive play” that requires between a month-and-a-half to three months of rest.According to the doctor, the "symptoms are declining," but Djokovic will need rehab on his elbow and still wants to avoid surgery.

Event: US Open Tennis

Date: August 28 – September 10

Place: New York City, New York, United States

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Djokovic retired with an elbow injury in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, saying it had been affecting him for more than a year-and-a-half. The Serb has since seen specialists in Toronto, and will now decide on his schedule.

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—Tennis Channel Plus is available on any streaming device, on mobile, always on the GO (desktop, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire). Subscribe today at The British No 1 made it to the semi-finals of Wimbledon for the first time, although she was comprehensively beaten by Venus Williams, and currently finds herself ranked at seven in the world.

"I think [she can challenge]," said Henman. "I think hard courts are probably her best surface.

"She won in Miami which is their next biggest tournament outside of a major, so she's beaten a lot of the best players in the world and she had a great run to the semis at Wimbledon."You'd like to think that in the next few years she can be in the finals of a slam and hopefully win one."While Konta herself believes she has a lot of improvements to make before she can challenge for the big prizes.

"I've got a massive amount of room to grow in all areas of my game to be quite honest," she told the BBC earlier this month."I know there's a lot of work to be done between now and achieving such things. I definitely feel I can physically improve. I'd like to get stronger, move even better on the court - maximise my movement."Former world number one Djokovic, 30, retired injured during his Wimbledon quarter-final match against Tomas Berdych on 12 July.

He claimed to have been suffering from an elbow problem for 18 months."Professionally this is not an easy decision for me, but I'm trying to look at the positive side," said the Serb, who is the world number four.'Break will help Djokovic recover best form'

In July, Djokovic won the Aegon International in Eastbourne - his 68th career title, but his first since January.He suffered a shock defeat by world number 117 Denis Istomin at January's Australian Open, where he was defending champion, and then lost his French Open crown when he was beaten by Dominic Thiem in the quarter-finals in June.

Djokovic said he would spend the time building up his fitness and strength, as well as working on areas of his game he felt needed to be improved."I want to play professional tennis for many years to come," he added in a message on his Facebook page.

It means Djokovic will miss the US Open, which starts on 28 August, and where he was champion in 2011 and 2015.His absence from Flushing Meadows ends a run of 51 consecutive appearances at Grand Slams."All the doctors I've consulted, and all the specialists I have visited, in Serbia and all over the world, have agreed that this injury requires rest," Djokovic said."A prolonged break from the sport is inevitable. I'll do whatever it takes to recover.

"My elbow is hurt due to excessive playing, and it troubles me constantly when serving, and now when playing forehand as well."My body has its limits, and I have to respect that and be grateful for all I have achieved so far.

"At the beginning of my career I was facing health issues, but over the years, and with a lot of patience and dedication, I found a solution."That's the approach I take to this situation, and I firmly believe I will come back stronger."Coach Andre Agassi has committed to stay with Djokovic for the 2018 season.Analysis

BBC Radio 5 live tennis commentator David Law It has been clear for a while that something had to give. You get the sense that, after 51 straight Grand Slam tournaments over a 12-and-a-half-year period, his body has simply said 'enough is enough'.

Even his famous resilience and defiance has been lacking of late, suggesting burnout after his extraordinary achievement of holding all four Grand Slam singles title at the same time last year.A break from the rigours and relentlessness of the game should help in that regard, too.

The good news is that he doesn't need surgery, and he has made his intentions clear by signing up Andre Agassi for 2018, and declaring that he hopes to play for another five years or more.

Exactly a year ago to the day, US Open 2017 Live,  Roger Federer called time on his 2016 season because of a knee problem. If Djokovic's return goes half as well as Federer's - the Swiss has won the Australian Open and Wimbledon this year - it will certainly have been the right decision.