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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Djokovic in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Djokovic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Djokovic in a Sentence

  1. John McEnroe:

    Djokovic has had great success in Australia, he's won it six times, and the way he finished last year it's hard not to say it'll be him, federer has positioned himself to have a good run. It's hard to pick.

  2. Roger Federer:

    I tried to really mix it up on his second serve and I was hoping to serve good enough Roger Federer to keep me out of trouble, he had that one bad game at the beginning of the second set, which made the difference in the match. Incredibly, the triumph marks the 87th ATP Tour win of Federer's trophy-laden career. Djoko's Cincinnati hex By comparisson, Djokovic will now have to wait until next year to try and overcome his Cincinnati hoodoo. Sunday's result means the World No 1. has lost in the final of the Ohio tournament five times in his career, including twice previously to Federer in 2009 and 2012.

  3. Roger Federer:

    I get that you think I'm old and all that. But it doesn't scare me when I go into a big match against any player who's in their prime right now, novak Djokovic right now is a reference for everybody. Novak Djokovic's the only guy that has been able to stop me as of late.

  4. Reilly Opelka:

    I’m curious to see his match with Djokovic, i think he can give Djokovic a lot of fits because he’s just tricky.

  5. Stefanos Tsitsipas:

    I understand that our tennis era is changing ... and our top three are getting older and we are the ones that are coming up, nadal, Djokovic and Federer have always been there and they will be there and what I have to do is go the extra mile and surpass them ... that's my biggest challenge for next year.


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