Australian Open Tennis

Novak Djokovic, whose hamstring is no longer bothering him, said he feels good about his chances in the Australian Open. [AARON FAVILA/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]

MELBOURNE, Australia — It took about a week for Novak Djokovic to go from worrying about whether he simply could play a match at all on his injured left hamstring to thinking he can win the Australian Open.

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