In a speech at a convention on neurology, Novak Djokovic

In Belgrade, Novak Djokovic was invited to a convention on neurology. He talked about: “I was a little taken aback when the hosts asked me to attend and wondered what I should be discussing. Given that it is not my field, I was a little anxious.

I understood that it unites us. a passion for what we do and a love for our work. You guys save lives every day; you’re heroes to me. Being present here now is an honor. I am motivated to work even harder and with even more love because of the appreciation I have gotten.”

Patrick Mouratoglou assessed Djokovic‘s chances in a video he shared on Instagram: “His primary objective is to pass Nadal in the Grand Slam standings. Given that there is serious doubt around his participation in the 2023 US Open and Australian Open, he might not have many chances.”

2022 Novak’s

Four championships, including a Grand Slam and a Masters 1000, have been won by Novak Djokovic in 2022. Despite this, it can’t be stated that a season for a phenomenon of his stature has been entirely fulfilling. The Serbian had to forfeit the Australian Open and the US Open as a result of his decision to forego the coronavirus vaccination.

The 35-year-old Belgrade resident has repeatedly found himself in the center of controversy while also suffering significant harm to his reputation. By winning at Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career and fourth time in a row, Nole was able to turn around his year.

In the all-time Grand Slam rankings, Djokovic has not only caught up to his idol Pete Sampras but also closed the distance between him and Rafael Nadal. The protégé of Goran Ivanisevic also triumphed over the Italian Open in Tel Aviv and Astana, removing the pass for the ATP Finals in Turin. The 21-time Grand Slam winner is anxious to learn if he will be permitted to visit Australia in January.