Robson countercurrent: “It’s not true that Novak Djokovic has few fans.”

Winning Wimbledon revived Novak Djokovic’s 2022 campaign, which had gotten off to a slow start. The ex-world-number-one missed a number of tournaments due to his refusal to get vaccinated against Coronavirus.

The Serbian superstar suffered severe image damage and was unable to defend his Australian Open title earlier this year. Because of the same issue, Nole was unable to compete in the Indian Wells Masters 1000 or the Miami Masters 1000.

The 35-year-old from Belgrade has now won the Championships for the seventh time, making it four years in a row, and closing the gap on Rafael Nadal in the all-time majors ranking. The ‘Djoker’ is currently in suspense over whether or not he will be allowed to travel to the United States to compete in the U.S. Open, where he made good on one of the worst losses of his career last year.

Djokovic lost to Daniil Medvedev in the finals, preventing him from completing the “Calendar Grand Slam.” Laura Robson shattered a spear in favor of Novak in an exclusive interview with the ‘Tennis365’ website.

In defense of Nole Djokovic, Robson argues.

“The widespread belief that Novak Djokovic has a small fan base is false. In my opinion, he has a worldwide following of devoted devotees. There are so many people who follow him because of his matches that whenever I make a comment on one, my Twitter profile gets flooded with followers.

They’re always there for him, sometimes to a fault. You wouldn’t believe the number of people who like him “A statement made by Robson. Laura also mentioned Nick Kyrgios, who lost to Djokovic at Wimbledon that same year (2022).

“He’s great for tennis because he draws crowds and keeps the sport popular. However, he should be punished more severely for his behavior toward referees and line judges.

Too much tolerance exists currently in this area. Despite my doubts, he seems to have found inner calm and may even make it to a Slam final this year.”