Bosnian tennis player Damir Dzumhur enjoys playing at the Australian Open and Masters 1000 events of Monte Carlo and Rome.
The 25-year-old is hoping to pull off a major upset at one his favorite events.
Dzumhur's career-biggest win came at the Miami Masters a year ago.
The Bosnian had a 3-0 third set lead when 16-time Grand Slam champion Rafa Nadal was forced to quit their second-round clash.
Dzumhur specifically mentioned his good friend Novak Djokovic as the one he would love to defeat.
"I love to play the tournaments in Melbourne, Monte Carlo, and Rome. Those are my three favorite tournaments and I hope that I will have the chance at one of those events to play and beat Djokovic or some other top player," Dzumhur revealed to Dnevni Avaz.
Dzumhur also revealed that he will be hitting the practice court once again with the great Roger Federer next year.
Dzumhur has concluded his 2017 campaign on a strong tale.
The 25-year-old won his first two ATP titles in St. Petersburg and Moscow, as well as reached a career-high ranking of No. 30 in the world.
He will be eager to continue his rise when the 2018 season kicks off.