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Djokovic closing in on Federer, Nadal

LONDON — A day after winning Wimbledon for a ninth Grand Slam title, moving within five of Rafael Nadal's total and putting him more than halfway to Roger Federer's record of 17, Novak Djokovic was asked about the possibility of catching his two rivals. He exhaled. "I don't want to say it's too early to talk about it," Djokovic began, then interrupted himself with a laugh. "I mean, it's probably the right time to talk about it." It sure is. The No. 1-ranked Djokovic has firmly established his bona fides as one of the greats of the game by just about any measure, including his three championships at Wimbledon, five at the Australian...

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