Former ATP player: “Novak Djokovic has had an unjust year.”

Jannik Sinner is still suffering from his Wimbledon quarterfinal defeat to Novak Djokovic. The young Italian tennis player still regrets how he missed the chance to knock off the tournament’s overwhelming favorite and, in doing so, came perilously close to winning the British Grand Slam.

Sinner continues to have nightmares about the encounter even though it’s been about a month. “I can’t sleep after every match I lose. I quickly watched the highlights after the game. I’m eager to study now.

I gain a lot of good things from Wimbledon. On grass, I gained experience and faced Novak Djokovic on Center Court. A nice match was mine. The fact that I didn’t press a little harder in the third and fourth sets is still a pain for me.

In the fifth set, I was powerless. On the other side of the railroad, he had a monster. He merited the victory “says the tenth-ranked company in the world right now. Sinner did not want to risk the possibility that he might have won the oldest tournament in history if he had achieved a hypothetical triumph “sport in white.

It’s challenging to say. I had alternatives because I was playing well… Although I have to admit that I participate in every tournament with the intention of winning, I would have had a chance. After the injuries and horrible luck I’ve had this season, what I accomplished at Wimbledon undoubtedly gave me a lot of confidence “In comments picked up by “Punto de Break,” he continued.

It is a fact that, although losing, Sinner managed to move forward because, in addition to the fantastic match he planted against Djokovic, a previous round saw him soundly dispatch his generational adversary, Carlos Alcaraz.

Ivanisevic’s remarks on Djokovic

Goran Ivanisevic, a former player from Croatia, commented on his friendship with Novak Djokovic in a recent interview with Nova TV. “Working with Djokovic was an honor and a joy for Ivanisevic since he was “a man who has overcome everything and is still hungry and eager for victory.

He’s had a challenging, unjust year; a lot of unpleasant things have happened to him. He deserved that Wimbledon since he and Kyrgios, two of the best tennis players in the world on grass, competed in the final “Ivanisevic continued. Ivanisevic reacted to the circumstance by lamenting the Serb’s exclusion from entering the nation despite his good health and negative coronavirus test.

Ivanisevic emphasized, “If you are unvaccinated and test negative, then you cannot enter America. If you are vaccinated and infected, you can enter America.”