According to Novak Djokovic, he wants to be recognized for his commitment and passion.

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Novak Djokovic, a 22-time Grand Slam winner, wants to be recognized for his commitment to the game of tennis. Djokovic, 35, has a reputation for being extremely diligent and dedicated to even the tiniest details. Djokovic‘s dedication and hard work have undoubtedly paid off, as he is considered as one of the greatest tennis players in history.

Djokovic is continuously looking for ways to improve his game even at the age of 35. “I’d say commitment and devotion. And that is the center of everything. Just attempting to become an expert in your field by being committed, developing, and never stopping to get better.

I believe that having a persistent desire to grow, both personally and environmentally, as well as being an inspiration to young athletes around the world, “Telling The National, Djokovic.

Djokovic declines to respond to the fabricated injury allegations.

Djokovic was charged with fabricating an ailment during the Australian Open after sustaining a hamstring injury at the Adelaide International.

Djokovic acknowledged that some of the information he saw and heard about him troubled him after he won the Australian Open. After winning the Australian Open a month ago, Djokovic is refusing to engage in dialogue with people who had accused him of fabricating an injury there.

Just enough, I thought. I truly don’t have the time, the energy, or the motivation to deal with another person’s opinion or to try to convince someone of something. I’ve already come to terms with the idea that there will always be a group of individuals who disapprove of what you say, how you play tennis, or anything else in your personal life.

There will always be judgment. But as a result, you become stronger “explained Djokovic. Djokovic, a five-time champion in Dubai, is now making a comeback.