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Djokovic thoughts with homeland on brink of slam history

Novak Djokovic is in confident mood as he begins his bid to win the French Open for the first time but says he is still greatly concerned by the devastating floods back homein the Balkans. The seven-time Grand Slam winner is only missing Roland Garros to become the eighth player in history to have won all four Slams but disastrous floods in his native Serbia and the rest of the Balkan region have left him troubled. He opens with a first round match against Portugal's world number 41 Joao Sousa and could face Canadian Milos Raonic in the quarterfinals before a potential last four tie against Roger Federer. Defeating Rafael Nadal to win the Rome Masters last weekend was the perfect tonic...
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