Djokovic targets victory in Abu Dhabi
Novak Djokovic admits he is excited about the prospect of winning his third Mubadala World Tennis Championship next week.
The world number two beat Nicolás Almagro in the final of the event last year, but this year's tournament promises to be a lot harder for the Serbian to win.
Djokovic recently hired Boris Becker as his new coach, with the German set to work alongside his current coaching team. The 46-year-old will prepare for the 2014 season by starring in the tournament in Abu Dhabi, as he looks to overcome Rafael Nadal who replaced him at the top of the ATP world rankings.
Speaking ahead of the tournament, Djokovic said: "The Mubadala World Tennis Championship holds a special place in my heart and I'm very much looking forward to getting out in front of what is always a supportive crowd.
"The line-up this year is the most formidable yet, so I have my work cut out, but looking towards the 2014 season, I want to be challenged and this competition continues to deliver the perfect platform for me ahead of the season's first major in Australia."