However, he added that either he “wasn’t good enough to disclose it or it looked okay.” Alex de Minaur refrained from labeling Novak Djokovic‘s injury “a phony.” During his first three Australian Open victories, Djokovic, who had a hamstring injury in Adelaide, was clearly in pain and suffering.
However, Djokovic gave his greatest effort against de Minaur and defeated the Australian 6-2 6-1 6-2. Following the match, some media may have attempted to lure de Minaur into falsely claiming that Djokovic was injured, but the Australian avoided doing so.
“I’m not sure. You describe his appearance to me from the outside. I don’t know; while I was playing him, I felt he was moving fairly well. Look, I’m not sure. Think, I