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The Serbian, who won the 2008 Australian Open crown, has been a fixture in the world's top four for over three years but has never seemed to be able to hit top form when it really matters.
Consistency has not been a problem - he has reached at least the quarter-finals at 13 of the last 15 Grand Slams - but Djokovic has struggled to get over the finish line at the biggest tournaments.
He did enjoy a strong run of form over the second half of last season which included reaching the semi-finals at Wimbledon and falling to Nadal in the US Open final.
Djokovic also enjoyed a triumphant end to the year as he was part of the Serbia side that won the Davis Cup by defeating France in December.
The 23-year-old will be hoping that the good run of form continues into the New Year as he attempts to improve on two straight quarter-final losses in Melbourne since his triumph three years ago.
But after his resurgence in the latter part of 2010, including a fine win over Roger Federer at Flushing Meadows, he will be once again tipped by some to break the dominance of the top two players.
It has been a perfect week for Andy Murray with Wimbledon coming up.
If people were waiting for Rafael Nadal to win this French Open before calling him the best of all time on clay then they needn't have done - in my opinion it was never in doubt.