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"I've had a really tough year," said Dancevic. "I've certainly not been playing my best tennis. I had my only decent week in Miami, when I qualified and beat [Philip] Kohlschreiber in the first round, then I lost to [Novak] Djokovic.He must be frustrated with how this year has gone. Hopefully he knows he has lots of fans who are continuing to support him.
"Other than that, I haven't played well at all."
Dancevic said he believes he may be turning the corner on his game after hooking up with coach Martin Laurendeau just a few weeks ago.
He began to feel a positive change in his big game last week during qualifying for the Aegon Championships at the Queen's club in London, where he lost to Xavier Malisse of Belgium in the third-set tiebreaker.
"That was the first match when I actually felt like my game was coming back," said Dancevic, who will next play Britain's James Ward, ranked 224th in the world.