Todd Woodbridge poses inquiries Loss of Novak Djokovic

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Todd Woodbridge questioned how bad Novak Djokovic‘s injury was during the Australian Open in 2023. Despite being injured, the Serbian champion defeated Alex de Minaur and advanced to the quarterfinals.

Many others, including Woodbridge who presently works in sports broadcasting, have expressed skepticism on the severity of Djokovic‘s injuries. He said: “Between points, he appears a little crooked, but as soon as he starts sprinting, his movement is flawless. I’m not saying it’s skill because it’s very clear he has a little bit of a problem, but every now and then it feels like it’s about to fall off, so it sounds good, but that’s Novak.

We’ve seen Novak use the crowd in a same manner on occasion in order to concentrate and get fired up. And we’ve been examining that for a while; that’s just how he does it.” Former Novak Djokovic coach Boris Becker claimed that his former pupil would never have used such strategies: “You may occasionally believe he is bluffing or that he is unable to win the game.

It resembles both heaven and hell. This complicates things for the adversary as well. But if Novak didn’t have anything, he wouldn’t do it. He has thigh issues, and I’ve known it for a long time. When it comes to crucial issues, Novak can grit his teeth, but he also lets go in less crucial circumstances.”

On the eve of the quarterfinals at the 2023 Australian Open, Novak Djokovic resumes his regular routine.

Moreover, even with bowls that are fully immobile, at a section of the scoreboard that has mostly been devoid of actual barriers. Between the first and third rounds, the Serbian phenomenon, who had been plagued by the ghosts of the thigh issue, eliminates Alex de Minaur with an enormous performance.

During the brief two hours of play, which the tournament’s nine-time champion manages in an amazing manner both in the setting phase and with the serve available, he does not permit break points. Naturally, he leaves only sixteen points on the field with the joke in addition to the six breaks that he distributes skillfully.

According to logic, Djokovic wins the match 6-2 6-1 6-2 to clinch the victory and set a new record-breaking avalanche.