What to expect this fall from the stars of the U.S. Open

The Grandstand

The Grand Slam season is over, but there is plenty left on the ATP schedule for the remainder of the 2015 campaign, including the Davis Cup semis and finals, two Masters 1000 events and the World Tour Finals.

Here’s a look at what to expect this fall from some of the men who excelled at the U.S. Open:

Novak Djokovic. Fresh off his third Grand Slam title of the year, Djokovic is now storming into one of his favorite parts of the calendar. After being upset by Kei Nishikori in the 2014 U.S. Open finals, the Serb ended the season winning 17 of his last 18 matches–losing only to Roger Federer in the Shanghai semifinals. Djokovic triumphed in Beijing and Paris without surrendering a single set before winning the World Tour Finals. And it’s not like the three-time defending London champion has the pressure of defending so many points–he…

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