Patrick Mouratoglou, the coach of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, recently posted a video to YouTube in which he discusses the unique skills that set his charges apart from the competition. And he went on to elaborate: “Two separate matches were played in the men’s Wimbledon final.
I think Novak Djokovic’s success, who has never shown signs of panic, is largely due to his wealth of experience. By the second set, the Serbian was consistently returning Nick Kyrgios’s serves, and the Australian was beginning to feel the heat. In this regard, Nole Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are unmatched by any other players.
They have a remarkable knack for conceiving novel approaches to flip games on their heads. Djokovic had a bad first set, but he still had a clear idea of how to win the match.” Novak’s chances of playing in the US Open and the American Masters 1000 are low.
Montreal’s Masters 1000 director, Eugène Lapierre, has requested some clarifications “Djokovic can’t avoid getting the vaccine, and unless Canada changes its rules, he can’t avoid getting the vaccine. As things stand right now.”
Just what could go wrong between now and the US Open?
By winning Wimbledon for the seventh time, and fourth time in a row, Djokovic boosted his season.
The former world number one was flawless down the stretch, coming from behind to win the final three games in London. When the Serbian star was down two sets to none to Jannik Sinner in the quarterfinals, he dominated the match by a wide margin over the final three sets to advance to the semi-finals.
The 35-year-old from Belgrade has won 21 Grand Slam tournaments, including seven at Church Road. He has thus tied his hero, Pete Sampras. Waiting to hear if he can enter the United States to compete in the US Open, Nole is now only one length away from his eternal rival Rafael Nadal. There will be more updates in the coming weeks regarding the US Open and its main players.