Novak Djokovic returns to competition this Monday. The world number one has not participated in a tournament since he lost the US Open final. The competitive holiday time has served the Serbian to recharge his batteries for the final Russian of the year. The one in Paris-Bercy is a major 1,000 Masters and he knows it. He will seek the best result, but he also goes with the aim of shooting for the last two big events of 2021: the Nitto ATP Finals (November 14-21) and the Davis Cup Final (November 25-December 6).
Precisely for that last stop of the season, Nole wants to arrive in top shape. The single shot is important, but also the double shot. Djokovic is the benchmark of his team and will be in those matches in pairs. In order to get well-connected with his partner and friend Filip Krajinović, will also play the last Masters 1.000 of the campaign in doubles. The two Serbs will debut this Monday against the Australians Luke Saville and Álex de Miñaur.