This former tennis great says Novak Djokovic “has got a huge amount of…”

The victory at Wimbledon saved Novak Djokovic’s season, who had struggled in the opening months of 2022. The former world number one lost a lot of tournaments because he decided against getting vaccinated against Coronavirus.

After suffering serious damage to his reputation, the Serbian champion was unable to defend his title at the Australian Open at the start of the year. Nole was in a similar position in that he had to withdraw from the Masters 1000 events in both Indian Wells and Miami.

The 35-year-old from Belgrade has closed the gap between himself and Rafael Nadal in the all-time rankings of the Majors after claiming his seventh Championships title, his fourth in a row. The ‘Djoker’ is awaiting word on whether he will be allowed to fly to the United States to compete in the US Open, where he suffered one of the most crushing defeats of his career last year.

Even though Djokovic was a win away from the “Calendar Grand Slam,” he lost to Daniil Medvedev in the final. Laura Robson threw in the towel for Novak in an exclusive interview with the ‘Tennis365’ website.

In response to Nole Djokovic, Laura Robson

Robson, speaking at a Play Your Way To Wimbledon event, told Tennis365, “I think Novak Djokovic has got a huge number of fans.”

There are a lot of people who are die-hard fans of his, so whenever I commentate on one of his matches, my Twitter blows up. There is dedication on their part. In my opinion, he does have a sizable fan base. They may not be as well-known as Nadal and Federer, but their long careers mean that fans recognize them even if they don’t shout their names from the stands.

Djokovic deserves a lot of praise, in my opinion. He’s on track to become the best of all time, so give him the adulation that’s due. Robson also shared her thoughts on Kyrgios, who was a finalist at Wimbledon but ultimately lost.

She then said of Kyrgios, “I think he is good for tennis.” Even though some of the first week’s Court 1 matches were not overcrowded and every played it was packed, he is able to attract an audience.

The umpires and line judges should be much stricter with him because of some of his antics. In a word, it’s strange. I’m hoping he can find a middle ground for me. I hope he retains some of his original charisma, charm, and enthusiasm. I think he’s on his way, but I hope he doesn’t lose what makes him so entertaining to his fans.