Football player: “Novak Djokovic is a reference for all of us.”

Novak Djokovic has returned from his fourth consecutive Wimbledon victory, his eighth overall. The former world number one let up a few misses during the competition, but she was once again perfect in the elimination rounds. The Serbian superstar has improved an underwhelming season and closed the gap between him and Rafael Nadal in the all-time Grand Slam standings thanks to yet another seal on the London Meadows.

By winning the Australian Open and Roland Garros, the Spaniard had really increased his Major total to 22. Without a coronavirus vaccination, Nole will hardly be allowed to travel to the US to compete in the US Open. In recent weeks, a number of American politicians have taken the ‘Djoker’s’ side, but the administration appears unmoved.

The 35-year-old Belgrade native has previously stated categorically that he will not participate in side events to earn points. The 21-time Grand Slam winner is currently unwinding in Croatia while he waits to see how his year unfolds.

Dusan Vlahovic, a center forward for Juventus, lauded Djokovic in a lengthy interview with “Tuttosport.”

Vlahovic begins his attack on Djokovic.

If Novak Djokovic is a fantastic role model for young tennis players, his aura extends far beyond the confines of the game.

In a recent interview with Tuttosport, Serbian football player and striker Dusan Vlahovic, who plays for the storied Juventus team in Turin, Italy, wanted to clarify when the reporter compared him to the person who has won 21 Grand Slam trophies.

“Since I still have a lot to learn, I don’t see myself as a reference; Djokovic, on the other hand, is a reference for all of us. It’s a pleasure to be his countryman; I hope he can continue to win awards and accomplish all of his objectives.

Although I don’t know him well, we have had a few conversations. He praised me when I got to Juventus. His training methods and mental tenacity serve as role models. It would be wonderful if he came to visit us for a few conversations.

Nebojsa Jovanovic sent a letter to Joe Biden, the president of the United States, last week requesting that Novak Djokovic be let to compete in the competition in New York. Owner of a business that supports professional tennis is Jovanovic.

The letter stated, “Without Novak Djokovic, the US Open would not be the biggest tennis event in the world. America must not permit the US Open to be staged without its full magnificence and potential, which includes Novak Djokovic‘s participation since he has won the US Open three times, given the current economic climate and the crises at all levels.