MONACO: Novak Djokovic believes he has hit the reset button on his 2014 season at exactly the right moment as the world number two enters the Monte Carlo Masters eager to begin his title defense. Djokovic enters the competition at the Monte Carlo Country Club riding a 10-match win streak after completing the Indian-Wells-Miami double for the first time in his career. He stands 20-6 in Monte Carlo. Djokovic is seeking to become the fifth player to successfully defend his crown in Monte Carlo following Bjorn Borg (1980), Thomas Muster (1996), Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003) and Nadal (2006-2012). The Serb, who is based in the principality, ended Rafael Nadal’s eight-year title streak a year ago although the Spaniard still went on to defend his French Open crown.