Novak Djokovic reveals major changes: from the 2014 season a shorter year and smaller balls



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Novak Djokovic reveals major changes: from the 2014 season a shorter year and smaller balls

Despite the season this year concluding two weeks earlier than usual, Novak Djokovic reveals that in future the schedule could be pruned at a later stage: "The programming is very important and it's nice to see that all are working to change the season from 2014.

We should have the same goal achieved by the girls, about two months of rest. The men's tennis at the moment is highly competitive and it’s not easy to play a series of important events within a few weeks. You must be at 100%.

Rafa and I played for six hours in Australia, rallies in modern tennis have become longer. " The Serb has also added: "All of our sports talk now is focusing on changes that have been made in recent years. Technology continues to advance.

What's the next step? It 's interesting to talk about it. In this period we are discussing the size of the balls: making them smaller may be beneficial for the body. We will see what the decision will be."