After losing to Novak Djokovic, Alex de Minaur said: The media makes a controversial headline

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Following his Australian Open match against Novak Djokovic, Alex de Minaur lashed out at the media, accusing them of “ripping things out of context for a headline.” When asked about Djokovic‘s hamstring issue after losing against him 6-2 6-1 6-2, de Minaur responded as follows: “I’m not sure.

You describe his appearance to me from the outside. It either looked excellent to me or I’m not a good enough tennis player to show that.” According to certain headlines, de Minaur was implying that Djokovic faked an ailment as a result.

“I detest how the media always stirs up controversy and twists events to fit a headline. Yesterday, I was outperformed and outclassed. Let’s spend this one time concentrating on tennis. You may rely on me to resume my work and get better.

Gratitude to Australia “De Minaur tweeted something.

What did Djokovic say following his victory over Minaur?

De Minaur questioned Djokovic‘s position on vaccinations a year ago amid the Djokovic Australia visa controversy.

Djokovic was questioned about why he defeated de Minaur with such ease at the Australian Open. I did it because I wanted to “Jokovic responded. Then, in his post-match press conference, Djokovic stated that while he respects de Minaur as a colleague, they are not related.

As I respect everyone, I regard him as a competitor and a colleague. I’m not shy about getting in touch with him, wishing him well, etc. I don’t, however, belong to another relationship. I don’t communicate with him at all. He revealed his opinion of me in 2022, “Speaking after defeating de Minaur, Djokovic.

De Minaur, 23, was taking on Djokovic for the first time at the moment. De Minaur also wanted to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals for the first time in a Grand Slam tournament. De Minaur, unfortunately, didn’t have much of a chance against Djokovic.