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Novak Djokovic is unquestionably going to pull back from the  US Open 2017 Live , as indicated by the Tennis Federation of Serbia's doctor.The specialist, Zdeslav Milinkovic, revealed to Serbian daily paper Sportski Zurnal that Djokovic has a bone wound from "over the top play" that requires between a month-and-a-half to three months of rest.According to the specialist, the "side effects are declining," however Djokovic will require recovery on his elbow and still needs to keep away from surgery.

 

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Djokovic resigned with elbow damage in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, saying it had been influencing him for over 18 months. The Serb has since seen masters in Toronto, and will now choose his calendar.

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"I think [she can challenge]," said Henman. "I consider every option courts are likely her best surface.

"She won in Miami which is their next greatest competition outside of a noteworthy, so she's beaten a ton of the best players on the planet and she had an incredible rush to the semis at Wimbledon."You'd jump at the chance to feel that in the following couple of years she can be in the finals of a hammer and ideally win one."While Konta herself trusts she has a considerable measure of enhancements to make before she can challenge for the enormous prizes.

"I have a monstrous measure of space to develop in every aspect of my diversion to be very legit," she told the BBC before this month."I know there's a great deal of work to be done amongst now and accomplishing such things. I unquestionably feel I can physically progress. I'd get a kick out of the chance to get more grounded, move far superior on the court - expand my movement."Former world number one Djokovic, 30, resigned harmed amid his Wimbledon quarter-last match against Tomas Berdych on 12 July.

He asserted to have been experiencing an elbow issue for 18 months."Professionally this is not a simple choice for me, but rather I'm endeavoring to take a gander at the positive side," said the Serb, who is the world number four.'Break will enable Djokovic to recoup best frame'

In July, Djokovic won the Aegon International in Eastbourne - his 68th vocation title, however his first since January.He endured a stun overcome by world number 117 Denis Istomin at January's Australian Open, where he was guarding champion, and after that lost his French Open crown when he was beaten by Dominic Thiem in the quarter-finals in June.

Djokovic said he would invest the energy developing his wellness and quality, and also taking a shot at ranges of his amusement he felt should have been improved."I need to play proficient tennis for a long time to come," he included in a message his Facebook page.

It implies Djokovic will miss the US Open, which begins on 28 August, and where he was champion in 2011 and 2015.His nonattendance from Flushing Meadows closes a keep running of 51 back to back appearances at Grand Slams."All the specialists I've counseled, and every one of the pros I have gone to, in Serbia and everywhere throughout the world, have concurred that this damage requires rest," Djokovic said."A delayed break from the game is unavoidable. I'll do whatever it takes to recuperate.

"My elbow is harmed because of over the top playing, and it inconveniences me continually when serving, and now when playing forehand as well."My body has its points of confinement, and I need to regard that and be appreciative for all I have accomplished up until now.

"Toward the start of my profession I was confronting medical problems, yet finished the years, and with a great deal of tolerance and devotion, I found a solution."That's the approach I take to this circumstance, and I immovably trust I will return stronger."Coach Andre Agassi has resolved to remain with Djokovic for the 2018 season.Analysis

BBC Radio 5 live tennis observer David Law It has been clear for some time that something needed to give. You get the feeling that, after 51 straight Grand Slam competitions over a 12-and-a-half-year time span, his body has essentially said 'nothing more will be tolerated'.

Indeed, even his acclaimed versatility and resistance has been missing generally, recommending burnout after his exceptional accomplishment of holding each of the four Grand Slam singles title in the meantime last year.A break from the rigors and persistence of the diversion should help in such manner, as well.

Fortunately he needn't bother with surgery, and he has made his expectations clear by joining Andre Agassi for 2018, and proclaiming that he plans to play for an additional five years or more.

Precisely a year back to the day, Roger Federer called time on his US Open Live season due to a knee issue. On the off chance that Djokovic's arrival goes half and also Federer's - the Swiss has won the Australian Open and Wimbledon this year - it will positively have been the correct choice.