Indian Wells: A stuttering start to 2014 doesn't have world number two Novak Djokovic pushing the panic button just yet. The Serbian star admits his failure to win a fourth straight Australian Open crown in January gave his early 2014 campaign a different flavour. But the world's second-ranked player insisted on Friday he trusts he has the tools to turn things around.
"It's a different feeling, definitely," said Djokovic, who will launch his campaign at the Indian Wells ATP Masters this weekend against Romanian Victor Hanescu.
"I won the Australian Open title three consecutive years, and that has significantly affected the confidence level in the start of the season and all the tournaments that were following up. This year it's not the case.