The outright much-loved to copulate in the Australian Open 2023 males’s songs group, Novak Djokovic cruised via to the quarter-finals of the year’s initial Grand Slam, whipping Alex de Minaur in straight collections. But, Djokovic’s trip until now hasn’t been the simplest, with injury problems bothering him. Speaking to media after his fourth round success over De Minaur, the 21-time Grand Slam victor struck out at ‘injury skeptics’ that have actually been dubious of his problems.
“I leave the doubting to those people; let them doubt,” he claimed, according to Tennis Majors.
“Only my injuries are questioned. When some other players are injured, then they are the victims, but when it is me, I am faking it. It is very interesting. I don’t feel that I need to prove anything to anyone,” he included.
Last year, Djokovic battled with a stomach issue. This year, he has actually been dealing with a hamstring problem. Despite his left upper leg once more strapped, Djokovic outmuscled De Minaur.
“I have got the MRI, ultrasound and everything else, both from two years ago and now,” he insisted. “Whether I will publish that in my documentary or on the social media depends on how I feel. Maybe I will do I it, maybe I won’t.”
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The 21-time Grand Slam victor has actually examined the distinction in the ‘story’ around his circumstance when contrasted to others.
“I am not really interested at this point what people are thinking and saying,” claimed the Serb.
“It is fun, it is interesting to see how the narrative surrounding me continues, narrative that is different compared to other players that have been going through a similar situation.
Amid all the chatter, Djokovic finds ways to convert the ‘negative talk’ into extra strength for himself.
“But I am made use of to it, and also it simply provides me added toughness and also inspiration. So I thank them for that,” claimed Djokovic.
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