BRISBANE RESULTS. Superlative Djokovic motors past Monfils in the ATP Cup

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In order that's why they instructed me, "Simply keep relaxed and you will note what occurs".

Canada will try to keep its quarter-final hopes alive when it meets Germany on Day 5.

Novak Djokovic patted the left side of his chest over his heart with his right hand, wished his Serbian followers a Merry Christmas and said to all other listeners: "See you in Sydney". Nadal then broke again and held on to seal the tie for his team with a 6-3 7-5 victory in Perth.

Australia, which has been active in Brisbane as part of its group campaigns, has been a leader in trying to reassure the masses that it is not a glorified hit before the Australian Open.

"It was phenomenal. Serbian people, I mean, I didn't expect, to be honest, so many of them staying all the way through and basically being on a Christmas Day with us post-midnight, which is unbelievable", Djokovic said. The Serbian people hadn't expected so many of them to stay. No matter how many grand slams he wins, he will never be the greatest for me.

Rafael Nadal, the leader, also lives in a team environment.

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Spain's Rafael Nadal (R) is interviewed on court after winning his match against Uruguay's Pablo Cuevas during the inaugural ATP Cup in Perth, Australia, January 6, 2020. Spain now have two wins from two starts in Group B and will have to face up to undefeated Japan to determine first place and automatic qualification for the Sydney playoffs.

"It was a positive victory". "But if it comes down to. those conditions affecting the health of players, I think we should definitely consider it".

"The health of players, fans and staff is a priority at all times and we will continue to make these decisions with that in mind", tournament director Craig Tiley told local media on Monday.

Australian Open organisers are monitoring the air quality in Melbourne amid the bushfire crisis with matches facing suspension if conditions become hazardous.

"I showed my emotion because I really care about playing for Serbia".

Croatia's Marin Cilic, the U.S. Open champion in 2014, followed up Saturday's win against Austrian Dennis Novak with a 7-6 (8) 6-4 win over 20-year-old Kacper Zuk of Poland.

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Cilic, who has a career-high ranking of No 3 but slipped to 38 after an injury-shortened 2019 season, has now won both his singles matches in Sydney at the new global men's team event.

The win, combined with South Africa's earlier defeat of Chile, means Serbia are assured of topping Group A with one round remaining.

Anderson's win clinched the tie for South Africa following Lloyd Harris's 6-4, 6-4 victory over Nicolas Jarry.

Yoshihito Nishioka routed higher-ranked Pablo Cuevas 6-0, 6-1 and veteran Go Soeda thrashed Martin Cuevas, Pablo's younger brother, 6-1, 6-3 before a tighter doubles encounter. "We'll bring back our full intensity for our match against France in a couple days time".

The most dominant win of the day came courtesy of Japan, who are without the injured Kei Nishikori but crushed Uruguay 3-0 in Perth, dropping just 15 games across their two singles and one doubles rubbers.

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