After winning Wimbledon for the seventh time, Novak Djokovic was heralded as a hero in Belgrade. Having been able to share his victory with his supporters, the Serbian champion attempted to express all of the emotions he had experienced over the course of the two weeks in London in his speech addressed to the cheering crowd.
This is what we live for, and these images will stay with me for the rest of my days. They’ve made my year and my day by showing me how much they care. I hope this isn’t the last time we’re able to meet in person. In Australia, I felt a little isolated, but in Serbia, I am surrounded by family and friends who care about and support me.
My favorite title is the one I’ll win in the future. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to visit the United States or Australia at this time, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed for some good news. The Australian Open is just around the corner, and anything can happen.” Djokovic talked about his plans for the future, which included a return to Australia but also a farewell to the US Open.
For Belgrade, reaching the pinnacle of his sport’s apex means competing at the Grand Slam level. Former Serbian coach Bogdan Obradovic has revealed what Djokovic’s goals were when he first started playing tennis.
“I had my first conversation with Djokovic when he was nine years old, the first time we met,” he said. However, we began working together when he was thirteen years old. 18 years of collaboration is an extremely long time.
Djokovic gets his first real test from Mouratoglou.
Patrick Mouratoglou watched the Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios on his Youtube channel and was blown away by the Serbian’s adaptability and, most importantly, his incredible resilience.
Two games in one,” as the saying goes. I’m sure he didn’t freak out because he had a lot of practice under his belt. He maintained his composure as he began to lose ground in a number of matches. He has one of the best wills to win against Rafael Nadal, if not the best.
The ability to make things work, to come up with solutions. The stakes were simply too high for such a solid foundation. In the final, his tactical knowledge was crucial. To figure it out, he needed a set of instructions. The pandemic has increased the pressure on Novak Djokovic.
Many major tournaments have decided not to allow the Serbian legend to participate because he is firm in his decision to remain unvaccinated.