After the Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios, Mark Petchey reflected on the match and lauded the Serb’s incredible mental strength and tennis skills. He dissected: “In the Wimbledon championship match against Nick Kyrgios, Novak Djokovic displayed remarkable mental fortitude by coming back from a set down.
Many players would have lost their composure if not for Kyrgios’ consistently strong serving. Nole was always confident and on top of his game. Even though Djokovic has unparalleled nerve control, he struggled to keep the pressure on Nick and win.
The Serbian proved again why he is among the very best ever.”
In an Instagram video, Patrick Mouratoglou gave similar praise to Novak’s strategies “Djokovic’s ability to respond at such a high rate shifted the match’s focus to the back-and-forth between the two players.
In the first set, Nole boxed with confidence, while Kyrgios seemed more at ease. A new game started with the start of the second set. The Serb was cool under pressure and performed admirably.
Will Novak Djokovic represent Serbia at the 2022 US Open?
Novak Djokovic’s win at Wimbledon will go down as one of the greatest in men’s tennis history. The seven titles won by the ex-world No. 1 in London brought him level with Pete Sampras and one win short of Roger Federer’s record.
The Serbian champion has saved a season that was on the verge of failure by sealing his fourth straight victory at Church Road. The 35-year-old native of Belgrade was unable to compete in the Australian Open because of the infamous vaccination problem, and he was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the French Open.
Nole has won 21 Grand Slam singles titles, surpassing Roger Federer and drawing closer to Rafael Nadal. Even if he does manage to get to the United States, the “Djoker” probably won’t be able to play in the US Open. Unless something unexpected happens at the last minute. In recent days, a number of prominent American politicians have come out in support of Novak.