Details of the physio’s work with Novak Djokovic are revealed.

To ensure Novak Djokovic is in peak physical and emotional condition, physiotherapist Ulises Badio says he works with the Serb on a regular basis. It has been an incredible year for Badio and Djokovic since their partnership began in 2017.

Novak Djokovic, according to Badio, is fully responsible for his actions. “You run the danger of harming an athlete at this level if you treat him in this manner.

Having a solid understanding of my field of work, as well as an openness to a more alternative approach, was essential for me in this circumstance. He is a constant source of inspiration for us. Insufficient time with him during practice and before the game is four hours and seeing him before the game.

In order to maintain tabs on him at all times, even when he is sitting down, I keep an eye on him to see how he feels, how much water he has consumed, or if he has been on the phone for any length of time.

When I first joined the team, I felt confident in my ability to perform my duties, but I was unclear about my place in the organization. Novak and I, on the other hand, developed a close friendship and formed a key connection.

Djokovic remains one of the most well-prepared athletes in the world.
Despite his advanced age, Novak Djokovic is still considered as one of the world’s best athletes. The fact that Djokovic is still a dominant force in the game at the age of thirty is a testament to his commitment to a healthy diet and regular training.

After winning Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic is taking it easy at home. To play in the US Open, Novak Djokovic hopes that the country’s vaccination policies will be relaxed so that he may receive the necessary shots. There is still no word on whether or not Novak Djokovic will be able to compete at Flushing Meadows this year when the US Open begins on August 29.