Novak Djokovic: 'I Don'T Want To Hear Things About What...'

‘I don’t want to hear things about what…’

The 2023 Australian Open is going through one of its toughest phases, with the men’s semifinals tomorrow. First the match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Karen Khachanov will be staged and then, in the evening, Novak Djokovic and Tommy Paul will face each other.

The Serbian tennis player is the big favorite of the tournament, he has won nine times here in Australia and is the big favorite for the final victory of the tournament. Specifically, there is great curiosity about a possible final between Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas, which could represent the rematch of the 2021 Roland Garros final.

For Stefanos, an eventual win would mark his first career final in Australia, while Nole would claim his 10th final and has nine wins out of nine so far. Djokovic’s journey in Australia has been exciting so far and everyone is curious to see the reaction from the tennis player, who was ruled out last year over his decision not to get vaccinated.

Well-known coach Patrick Mouratoglou, former coach of Serena Williams among others, had this to say about the winner of 21 Grand Slam titles: «Novak is the best tennis player in the world when it comes to defending and then counterattacking.

However, Nole is an even better tennis player when it comes to mastering the exchanges, as is happening here at the Australian Open.» Nole’s progress in this tournament has been near flawless and aside from some minor concerns about physical issues, no one has really questioned the status of the talented Serb.

Djokovic opens up about his team

In a post-win press conference, Novak Djokovic was asked how he deals with «intense scrutiny» from the media during big events. «Yeah, I mean, it’s not an ideal situation or circumstances when you have to deal with all these other external factors that aren’t really necessary during such a big event,» Djokovic said.

«But it’s been a part of my life. Unfortunately, the last few years even more. I’m just trying to evolve from that. I’m trying to become more resilient, stronger. I don’t want to hear things about what was written in this article or that news or that news.

I want to keep my mind as sane or calm as possible to keep the vital energy I need for the court,» he added. He will face third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final on Sunday.

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