Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 23rd 2013 Contents NEW YORK---Novak Djokovic
attributes his success in recent
years to a change of diet. Now he ll
be sharing his nutrition tips in a
book to be released before the US
"Serve to Win" is the title of
Djokovic s "nutrition-based per-
formance guide" that is to be pub-
lished next month.
The top-ranked Serbian has won
six of his seven Grand Slam tour-
nament championships since adopt-
ing a "performance-focused" gluten-
free diet in late 2010. In 2011, he
took the Australian Open, Wimble-
don and the U.S. Open. He has since
won two more Australian Opens.
Djokovic says "finding the right
foods for my body has made me
lighter, healthier, and more focused."
He adds that "it s made all the dif-
ference in my career and in my life."
The book will be published by
Ballantine Bantam Dell, part of Ran-
dom House. (AP)
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TORONTO---Pete Sampras thinks
the Wimbledon men s singles
record he shares with Roger Fed-
erer is safe for the foreseeable
Sampras is coming to Toronto
next month to be inducted in the
Rogers Cup Hall of Fame and to
play in the Rogers Legends Cup.
The retired tennis star and Fed-
erer have both won seven singles
titles at the All England Club.
Andy Murray won his first Wim-
bledon title this month. During a
conference call yesterday, Sampras
called the Scotsman one of the
sport s dominant players and the
man to beat at the US Open.
But he doesn t see anyone being
able to dominate on Wimbledon s
grass the way he and Federer did.
Wimbledon record is safe
lost his fourth straight match
since beating Roger Federer at
Wimbledon, falling in the first
round of the Swiss Open yester-
Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia beat
Stakhovsky 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 as the
two unseeded players opened the
The 99th-ranked Stakhovsky
beat Federer in four sets in the sec-
ond round of Wimbledon last
month, then lost to Juergen Melzer.
The Ukrainian followed that with
a first-round loss in Bstaad, Swe-
den, and another in qualifying in
Federer, who lost in the Hamburg
semifinals, will play in Gstaad for
the first time since winning the
title in 2004.
The fifth-ranked Swiss has a
first-round bye and is scheduled
to begin Thursday against either
Marco Chiudinelli, his childhood
friend, or Daniel Brands of Ger-
many in the second round.
Lukas Rosol, best known for
ousting Rafael Nadal in the second
round at last year s Wimbledon,
was the only seeded player to lose
The seventh-seeded Czech went
down 6-2, 6-4 to Marcel Gra-
nollers of Spain.
Fifth-seeded Feliciano Lopez
beat another Czech, Jan Hernych,
7-6 (2), 6-3, and sixth-seeded
Mikhail Youzhny defeated Paul-
Henri Mathieu of France 6-3, 4-
6, 6-2. (AP)
Stakhovsky loses in 1st
round at Swiss Open
on diet, success
set before Open
Mickelson missing a peculiar
link in majors---Page A61
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