Novak Djokovic recalls his tennis beginnings in an interview. The Serbian athlete remarked: “I come from a family of skiers and I grew up in the mountains, so I love snow. My father used to be a professional skier, as well as my uncle and aunt.
Every winter, even though I don’t have much time, I make an effort to go skiing for a few days after I return from Australia. Although many athletes are prohibited from skiing because of safety concerns, I try to be cautious since, obviously, I’m not racing or doing anything of the sort; instead, I’m simply trying to have fun with my family and friends, and it’s great.
When I was younger, I ran a little bit, but when I was 10 or 11, I really made the decision to focus on tennis as my sport and go pro.” Djokovic also discussed his pre-match routine, saying that if he has a late-day match, he “usually warms up for the match, either in the morning and then rests in the afternoon and comes to another warm-up before the match, spending most of the time in the hotel, in the bed, just relaxing and then going to the park, to nature, like in a walk around to absorb the energy of nature, and then just get on the court.”
Also speaking about his gluten-free diet, Djokovic said: “I just learned what beauty meant in 2010, and since then, it has become a part of my lifestyle and diet. In the first four or four months, I lost right away. It was a significant change—five kilograms—but I believe it is the appropriate course of action.
It really helped me feel better. I became more dynamic, faster, and more focused on the court. I also feel terrific off it.”
Ivanisevic discusses Djokovic.
In a recent interview with the Italian website la Republica, Ivanisevic declared that he had been a fan of Sinner since the Italian was a child and praised his “immense skill” and “humble” nature.
Since he was a young child, Ivanisevic said, “I have been a really huge fan of his.” “He has a great deal of talent and is developing well. He is the tennis player of the future and is capable of winning any Grand Slam. Even in London, he played the top two players in an unbelievable manner, even against Novak Djokovic “He went on.
“Then, in the third set, he made a mistake by caving in and fleeing. Nole can’t breathe, you know. You need to put an end to him right away.” Ivanisevic later chose Sinner over Matteo Berrettini, the other top-ranked Italian, citing Sinner‘s “excellent” baseline performance.
“Sinner or Bernardi? I favor Jannik as a tennis enthusiast, “added Ivanesvic. “I have no doubts. because I prefer his tennis. Matteo is amazing; he has a great serve and effective cuts, which is lovely to watch. Sinner, though, will be even better, in my opinion.”