Novak Djokovic declared his 10th Australian Open title on Sunday as well as stated that he is still the best of them all. The Serbian champ did not leave Stefanos Tsitsipas a possibility in the last, valuing the forecasts of the eve as well as going back to the cloud nine position.
After an initial week filled with uneasiness because of the problem of his left knee, Nole increased his degree significantly from the round of 16 onwards. The 35-year-old from Belgrade has actually placed his 22nd Grand Slam on the bulletin board system, which enables him to capture his everlasting opponent Rafael Nadal on top of the all-time positions as well as definitively remove Roger Federer.
The battle in between Novak as well as Rafa will certainly be duplicated at Roland Garros, where the Spaniard will certainly quest for his 15th seal. In a lengthy discussion with previous gamer Somdev Devvarman for ‘Sony Sports Network’, Djokovic discussed just how the troubles he dealt with as a kid formed his profession.
During the honors event, Novak welcomed youngsters from throughout the globe to constantly follow their desires.
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“Well, I don’t think anybody has ever said so many wonderful things about me and what I have done, Somdev.
So thank you from the bottom of my heart my friend for mentioning these things,” Novak Djokovic stated. “Look, you know, I don’t do them because I want publicity. I do them because I feel I want to help, I want to be there for people who are less fortunate.
I’ve come from Serbia in 90s where we’ve been through two wars, embargo for six years. For four years not one Serbian athlete was allowed to go out from the country to compete in international competitions,” the Serb discussed.
“And I was growing up in Serbia during that time, waiting in line for bread and milk every single morning at 5 AM with hundreds of people and my grandfather, so we could put the breads on the table for 5-6 member family to eat that day.
I know how that feels like. I think that appreciation for everything that I have, that I have been blessed with, that has been given to me by life and by God is highly appreciated and more respected by me,” he stated. The 10-time Australian Open champion participated in a couple of computer animated discussions with his box, routing the aggravation at his group.
“No, it was Goran and other members of my team. Just a normal chatter that we would normally have in the court where I was not comfortable and was looking for some help and some advices, some guidance. That’s all it is,” Novak Djokovic stated.
“Obviously on the court, difficult to explain to people that have not been in these situations what you go through.”
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