The world No.2 showed no signs of a back problem throughout his latest match at Melbourne Park but admits it is still an issue for him.
There will be a series of mouthwatering first round matches taking place in the men’s draw at Melbourne Park.
The world No.1 thrashed Federer in the final round of voting conducted by a top sports network.
The former world No.1 doubles player explains why he thinks Djokovic will benefit more than his rivals.
The world No.2 is yet to drop a set in the tournament.
The world No.2 is just one out of four seeded players to make it to the last eight of the South American tournament.
The world No.2 also sheds some light on the WhatsApp group the Big Three have.
In a broadcast to the nation, the head of India's government shared his opinion about that memorable encounter.