Ovonedeljna Rekapitulacija nam donosi: nastavak Evrolige, plasman Večitih u bazenu, susret Novaka Đokovića i Stefa Karija, odlične partije Vase Micića i jedinu pravu Superligu.

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Novi miljenik navijača. Foto: AP Photo/Matt Slocum

Da počnemo.

Nedelju za nama obeležio je tenis, a odmah zatim i borilački sportovi. Reprezentacija Srbije nije uspela da osvoji novu titulu u Dejvis kupu, dok su se Milica Đuričić (devojačko Mandić) i Emilija Antanasijević okitile zlatnim medaljama.

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Foto: Milica Đuričić, Instagram

Novak Đoković wins his 40th Masters title and secures his position of World No 1 for the end of the year. Nikola Jokić stays in double digits, while LEN are still searching for a new European Championship alternative. This and more in this week’s Recap.

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This is Novak’s 7th Paris Masters title. Photo: ATP Paris

This week on the Recap: Partizan wins the Euroleague Derby, Serbia remembers the birth of legendary coach Dušan Ivković, while Nemanja Majdov judos his way to a Gran Slam gold. Also featured, the Water Polo European Championship is moved to a new host country and much more.

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Photo: KK Partizan, via IG

Crvena Zvezda has cut ties with coach Duško Ivanović, as both Zvezda and Partizan are on a losing streak ahead of the two derbies. In terms of water polo, Partizan remains without a defined training location, as the Serbian League continues. This and much more in the week’s sporting recap.

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Novak Đoković wins his 10th Aussie Open title for a total of 22 Grand Slams. His tearful celebration was followed by the entire freedom loving world. Melbourne is the land of Đoković.

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The 10th kiss. Photo: Australian Open

Novak Đoković osvojio je rekordni, osmi Australijan open, pobedom nad Dominikom Timom u trileru od pet setova. Od ponedeljka je ponovo prvi.

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Novak Đoković wins his record 30th ATP Masters by beating Kei Nishikori (2:0) in the Rogers Cup final. This is Novak’s 4th title in Toronto, which officially makes him the player with the most Masters titles in the Open era.

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World No.1 is now ready for the Olympics