After a year dominated by Novak Djokovic, Eurosport
analyst Mats Wilander rounds up the 2011 season.
The Serb shot to the top of the tennis tree after a
sensational 12 months during which he won three Grand Slams, five ATP World Tour
Masters 1000 titles and a total of 10 tournaments.
On the way, he went on an incredible 43-match winning streak
and ended with an overall record of 70 wins and just six defeats.
It might just have been the best season ever seen by a
single player and Djokovic fully deserved his world number one status by the
end of it.
The one remaining Grand Slam went to the undisputed king of
clay Rafael Nadal while Roger Federer's topsy-turvy season ended on an upward
trajectory with victory at the World Tour finals, just to remind his doubters
that there is life in the old dog yet.
Mats look back on an eventful year in men's tennis with this
series of videos.
How Djokovic arrived
A minute of Nadal
Nadal still king of
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