Novak Djokovic in 2015
Djokovic was the king of 2015. He claimed 4 out of 5 major titles (only Roland Garros trophy was surprisingly taken from him by Wawrinka) and 6 out of 9 Masters titles. ATP tour has never seen such domination before. And, by the look of things, the Serb has no intention of slowing down in 2016.
Andy Murray in 2015
Murray also had a solid season, although the Australian Open final was his best result at the Grand Slam tournaments. It is not much. If mentally Murray had been a little stronger, he could have won that final against Djokovic. The positive moment is his game on clay. The Scott has also significantly improved his attacking tennis.
Roger Federer in 2015
Each season Dotennis team predicts Federer’s soon retirement, but the evergreen Swiss is still in the game. His main task now is not to allow Djokovic to completely subdue the ATP tour. This year Federer performed very unevenly, experiencing troubles in the first rounds already. Nevertheless, all major events he played at a high level. Wimbledon, without a doubt, was his best tournament, where he showed simply outstanding tennis.
Stan Wawrinka in 2015
Without Wawrinka this season wouldn’t have been the same. He was the man who left Djokovic one title short of the career grand slam. We hope that the next year’s French Open will be as unpredictable and exciting as in 2015.
In 2015 Federer, Murray and Wawrinka reminded us of superheroes, who were fighting against the main villain – Novak “Djoker” Djokovic.
Rafael Nadal in 2015
All year Rafael Nadal spent in search of his best game. Seems like he has finally found it, although the Spaniard had a very poor showing against Djokovic in London. His main goal in 2016 will be to keep Djokovic away from the French Open title. It will be interesting to see, whether Rafa will be able to fully recover and gain his top form in the right time.
Tomas Berdych in 2015
Berdych spent 2015 in his usual fashion. The start of the season was promising, but then nothing to mention at all. The problem of the Czech player is that he is much stronger than any player outside the top-10, but in the meantime is unable to offer competition to the big guys.
Kei Nishikori in 2015
Nishikori also had a fine start of the season, but then got injured and couldn’t continue in the same way. Nevertheless, he will be an interesting player to watch in 2016, as he is one of the handful guys on tour who have guts to beat Novak.
David Ferrer in 2015
It was not an easy year for David Ferrer. His not that young age and injuries have started to take their toll. Despite everything, he still managed to secure a place in the ATP World Tour finals.
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