“Novak Djokovic? What incredible mental strength!” says Mark Petchey.

In the Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios, Mark Petchey praised Djokovic’s mental toughness and tennis prowess. Novak Djokovic fought back from a set down to beat Nick Kyrgios in the Wimbledon final, according to his analysis.”

If it were not for Kyrgios’ amazing service, many players would have gone crazy. When it came to keeping his shine, Nole was an expert. Djokovic, the greatest nerd of all time, had a difficult time controlling his emotions and putting pressure on Nick.

This time around, the Serb proved why he is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time.

In an Instagram video, Patrick Mouratoglou also praised Novak’s tactics: This match turned into a battle of exchanges because to Djokovic’s ability to respond often.

Kyrgios had a commanding lead in the first set, while Nole appeared to be on the verge of defeat. After the second quarter, a new match began. The Serb was a natural at keeping his cool.

At 2022, will Novak Djokovic play in the US Open?
Wimbledon was relegated to the annals of time after Novak Djokovic’s triumph in the men’s division.

In London, the former world number one matched Pete Sampras’ record of eight championships won and closed in on Roger Federer’s. His fourth consecutive victory at Church Road helped the Serbian champion come to terms with a disappointing season.

After withdrawing from the Australian Open due to a vaccine issue, he lost in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros, where he was born and raised. Thus, Nole lifted himself to 21 major titles, pulling ahead of Roger Federer and cutting the distance between him and Rafael Nadal.

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“Djoker” would be unlikely to go to the United States for the U.S. Open, even if a last-minute change could be made. Several prominent American politicians have recently come out in support of Novak.

“Novak Djokovic? What incredible mental strength!” says Mark Petchey.

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