Djokovic himself admitted he had no plans following his defeat in the US Open final, with his sights only set on winning in New York.
Speaking after his defeat to Medvedev, he said: “To be honest, I don’t have a plan, absolutely nothing. I don’t know whether I’ll play anything, anywhere.
“Right now, my mind is only here, in New York.”
The world No 1 has already qualified for the year-end Nitto ATP Finals, being held in Turin for the first time, and there are two more big tournaments left this season that fans will be hoping to see him play in.
The postponed Masters 1000 in Indian Wells begins on October 7, while the final Masters tournament of the year in Paris begins on November 1, with the ATP Finals kicking off two weeks later.