Stéphane Robert, a coach for Novak Djokovic, examined his relationship with the Belgrade champion in a lengthy interview that was published. Roberto remarked: “Novak Djokovic isn’t really my boss, though.
That’s not the kind of relationship I have with him. I follow the development of our boys. He offers me and the players some helpful advise as we discuss various topics. Nothing is difficult; everything is really clear-cut and uncomplicated.”
Patrick Mouratoglou assessed Djokovic‘s chances in a video he shared on Instagram: “Given that he has played so few matches this year, Novak has to find his rhythm and confidence again in this last stretch of the campaign. He really wants to defeat Rafa.
Nadal in terms of Grand Slam competition. Given that his participation in the 2023 Australian Open and US Open is seriously in doubt, he might not stand much of a chance.” Despite missing two Grand Slam events, Novak Djokovic can be happy with his season.
The Serbian sensation lost both the Australian Open and the US Open as a result of his choice to forgo the coronavirus vaccination. The 35-year-old tennis player from Belgrade found himself in the hurricane’s eye, severely harming his reputation.
The former world number one made amends for his Roland Garros setback by winning Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career (the fourth in a row). Along with matching his idol Pete Sampras, Nole has closed the gap between him and Rafael Nadal in the Majors’ historical classification.
The player for Goran Ivanisevic also won in Tel Aviv and Astana, giving up the ticket for the ATP Finals in Turin. The 21-time Grand Slam champion wants to have a strong season’s end before turning his attention to 2023. If Djokovic will be able to visit Australia in January is still a mystery.
Mischa Zverev discusses Djokovic.
Mischa Zverev praises Novak Djokovic for his ability to enter matches with confidence no matter how long he has been away from the game and believes that the World No. 7 could improve with age, indicating a very lengthy career ahead of him.
“That is rather powerful, in my opinion. Novak returns, wins two competitions, and that’s it “said Mischa Zverev. “Despite the fact that he had only one break and was uninjured, he enters the game with a lot of confidence and plays it down. He’ll undoubtedly improve further. At 35, it’s especially impressive.”