“I don’t think there’s anything arrogant about,” said Novak Djokovic.

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Novak Djokovic, a Serbian tennis player, has come under fire for allegedly exaggerating his injury, but others, such as Australian Grand Slam director Craig Tiley, have supported him by saying he played with a three-centimeter hamstring rupture.

The most recent reports indicate that “Nole” trained without any unique issues. There is no sign of a bandage of any type, indicating that the injury has healed. The individual who is affected, who also said he will compete in the ATP 500 in Qatar next week, will probably be the one to reveal the truth.

The tennis player at the top of the global rankings, who Monday tied Steffi Graf for the record for the most weeks spent at the top, is awaiting word on whether or not she will travel to Florida and California in March to compete in the American 1000 Indian Wells – Miami tournaments.

Even though the 22-time Grand Slam champion has a valid registration, the US government has not yet made a decision regarding the law, which now prohibits unvaccinated visitors from entering the country. This week, Novak Djokovic matched Steffi Graf’s record for holding the top ranking in tennis for the longest period of time.

“Thank you for your kind words; I am very happy to have broken another record, this one belonging to Steffi Graf. I am fortunate to have a terrific team of people around me and the unwavering support of my family on this path, and I have [committed] everything in my life to this sport “says he.

Djokovic stated, “I constantly try to remember where I came from and what it has taken everything to get here. I feel like I need to work even harder at this point in my career to stay up with the young aspirants. More and more records for the Serbian legend, who is setting even higher standards for what he has already accomplished.

She has already achieved this historic feat this year, which is only in its second month, by winning her 22nd Grand Slam and regaining the top spot in the world.

Djokovic evaluates his behavior toward Novak. Djokovic can identify with LeBron James’ mindset of being the greatest player to ever play the game of basketball.

On the sidelines of the Dubai Tennis Championships, Djokovic told The National, “Yeah, I can identify to it because I believe that what worked for me and still works for me is that self-belief and confidence level.” “And as long as it’s balanced and shows respect for the opposition, I don’t think there’s anything haughty or pretentious about it.

I’ve made an effort my entire life to appreciate and always greet every competitor, “said the Serbian superstar.