we saw this week djokovic tested to mental and physical limits. Looks like his dominance is no longer there, as he only just clipped past murray and rafa. Also with clay season looming, rafa is more suited to those courts and looks in real fine touch at the moment.
It took him 11 hours to get past these two opponents, who in the previous year he had no problems getting past. It doesn't mean he has gotten worse, but it means the competition is getting a bit better. Can't comment on Fed, as he never played djoker this fortnight, but Fed seems to be peaking at the wrong times, and blowing opportunities(he had a chance to get djoker in USO). Fed's level on average is still high, just peaking at non-slam events, and a bit too early at slams.
Just like fed's dominance became over when his level dipped a bit, and others like nadal, murray and djokovic improved, djokovic is the one now being hunted.
I disagree. Djokovic played like ass against nadal majority of the time, and if djokovic had played to his potential, he would have won in 3 or 4.
Murray battle-tested djokovic, but we all saw what happened when djokovic started playing his game...