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ATP Basel - Djokovic wears Halloween mask for comeback match

Serb shows the pros how to have fun and win too
ATP Tennis  02 Nov 2011 - 04:45 / by Prakash / reads 3347.
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After teasing his fans on his social media sites if he was going to wear a mask on his comeback match at the Swiss Indoors in Basel, world no. 1 NOvak Djokovic obliged the fans and put on a scary mask as he walked out on court for his first round against Xavier Mallisse. Here is a look.

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