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Djokovic and reigning Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka lost early in recent events in Toronto and Cincinnati.
Only “old man” Federer, who turned 33 earlier this month, has had a successful summer.
A thousand percent is not possible.” It’s professional tennis’s first math lesson, delivered with a sense of mischief that wouldn’t surprise anyone who has followed Gulbis’s career. Fresh off a French Open semifinal run in which he beat Roger Federer and tested Novak Djokovic over four close sets, Gulbis can beat anyone when he’s at his best.Though many articles portray him as the spiritual heir to retired Russian player Marat Safin, a cheerful hedonist who is generally believed to have underachieved by winning two Grand Slams, Gulbis maintains a relatively low public profile.I’ve never seen a girlfriend in his box — Safin paraded models from one tournament to the next — and I’ve never read reports about whom he might be dating.Unlike every other player in the top 20, Gulbis doesn’t have a Twitter account.In the past, when asked about how he spends his free time, Gulbis has often mentioned the book he’s reading — not .