Corretja: “Novak Djokovic? Almost impossible to understand. And on the slam fight…”

A four-set win over Nick Kyrgios gave Novak Djokovic his seventh Wimbledon crown. As a result, the Serbian winner earned his 21st Grand Slam title, passed Roger Federer in the overall slam rankings, and moved closer to Rafael Nadal, who he now trails by a ranking of -1 again.

According to former tennis player Lex Corretja, this is the 35-year-old Serbian’s eleventh grand slam victory. “I have no idea how he pulled it off. You can’t comprehend his emotional mastery, his talent as a player, his character as a person and as a professional, or his steadfastness.

As a result, I’m overjoyed for him. An eventful year, to say the least. After Roger and Rafa surpassed him, the race is still on. It’s a fascinating development for the sport as a whole. To be able to see Novak continue to win because of his professionalism is a good thing.

No one expected anyone to match Sampras’ 14 Grand Slams, but now there are more than 20 and Nole is only a few points behind Rafa. To win seven Wimbledons in a row is an incredible feat, and it was accomplished by a very exceptional individual.”

Since his return to Serbia, Nole Djokovic has been embraced as a national hero and celebrated with thousands of Serbians his victory at the London Grand Slam.

In order to see if the Serbian tennis star can participate in the U.S. 1000 events in Canada and Cincinnati, as well as the final grand slam of the season at the United States Open, he is currently on holiday with his family.

No vaccine for Djokovic at the US Open, he says.

In his post-Wimbledon press conference, the current world No. 7 made it plain that he will not vaccinate and will wait for more developments on his prospective arrival in the United States. “Is the US Open on the horizon? I’ll be taking a two-week vacation to relax and recharge my batteries.

I’ve been playing a lot recently, and I’m fatigued. Once I hear positive news from the United States, I’ll keep an eye out for it. The US Open, the year’s final Grand Slam, is on my bucket list. o. I have not been vaccinated, and I will not be vaccinating at this time.

Any good news from the United States will have to do with the country’s immigration policies. I don’t believe that an exemption is possible. If I’m unable to participate in this competition, we’ll figure out how to reschedule my schedule.

I’m not sure if I’ll ever compete in a competition merely for the sake of gaining points. My agent told me that if you win a Slam, you are guaranteed a spot in the ATP Finals unless you are ranked lower than 20th. We’ll see what happens.

It isn’t necessary for me to participate in numerous tournaments in order to accumulate points. As a team, we haven’t yet worked out my itinerary for the upcoming Slams. The Davis Cup will follow the Laver Cup, therefore I may play in both “Nole Djokovic had made the statement.