Former tennis great says of Novak Djokovic’s decision, “I respect and support it.”

Olivier Patience, a former world No. 87, relished the chance to take on Novak Djokovic, the current No. 1. They met in the third round of the 2007 French Open, with Patience playing as a wild card and Djokovic as the favorite. The match between Patience and Djokovic was a close one, with each player winning two sets.

“He Why? Because six months later, he won his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open. But despite his youth, he had already had success in major tournaments. When compared to his young age, he had a wealth of life experience “In an interview with Ouest-France, Patience revealed some surprising information.

Although he recognized Djokovic‘s potential, Patience never thought the Serb would go on to win 20 Grand Slams. Never in my wildest dreams did I think he would go through with all that he did. Even at 20, we could tell he was rock solid.

Then he became more skilled technically and physically, but mentally he turned into a cold-blooded killer. Nobody can foresee 20 Grand Slam champions, it’s just not possible “Thanks for your patience. Instead, Patience was pleased that she had played so well against Federer: “He will end up with the most Grand Slams in tennis history.”

As a result of his loss to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final, Djokovic fell short of the record 21 Grand Slam titles and the Calendar Grand Slam. “Relief. I was relieved that he was finished because the last few weeks had been very taxing on my mind and emotions with all the preparation for this tournament and the challenges I had faced while playing in it.

There was a lot of pressure, “after losing the US Open final, Djokovic said. I’m relieved that we’ve broken the streak. On the one hand, I was sad and disappointed, but on the other, I was grateful to the crowd for the unforgettable experience they gave me there on the court.”

Resting, Djokovic

Since the United States does not permit non-vaccinated people to enter their territory, Novak Djokovic should miss the US Open unless something incredibly unexpected happens. Despite his disappointment, Goran Ivanisevic stands by his player and defends him vigorously whenever he is criticized.

I value and respect him, but he made a choice he can’t reverse. The claims that he is a leader and corrupting the minds of the masses are untrue. He has never discouraged anyone from getting vaccinated, but he also has no interest in having anything foreign introduced into his body. According to Tennis365, the Croatian coach said, “I respect and support his decision.”