'If It'S Somebody Else Who Beats Novak Djokovic, I Don'T...', Says Top 10

‘If it’s someone else who beats Novak Djokovic, I don’t…’, says Top 10


The tennis season has officially started, the first matches of the United Tennis Cup were held in Australia, but among the best tennis players the focus is not only on our beloved sport. A few days ago one of the greatest feats in history took place, the one achieved in the NBA by the Slovenian basketball player, the champion Luka Doncic.

The 22-year-old talent from the Dallas Mavericks is one of the most popular athletes in American basketball and Luka is thought by many to be the strongest basketball player in the world. Doncic was the protagonist with a legendary performance, one of those destined to remain in NBA history.

Dallas beat New York in overtime to complete a crazy comeback. Great merit of this victory was carried out by Doncic with a triple double never occurred in history. Doncic was the first to sign 60 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists, a mark that leaves everyone speechless.

Doncic’s record has aroused applause throughout the world of sport and tennis has not remained indifferent either. The first to praise Luka’s fantastic performance was Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini. A huge NBA fan, Berrettini, who is trying to get him back to his best form, posted an Instagram story to praise Luka and underscore his incredible show of force.

Former world number one, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, also spoke in his language to praise Luka’s performance, with an Instagram Stories, performance destined to become a legend.

Nole applauded Luka’s performance, one of those feats that remain in sports history. Meanwhile, both Matteo Berrettini and Novak Djokovic are in Australia preparing for the first big event of the year, the Australian Open on hard courts in Australia.

Daniil Medvedev could face Djokovic

In his pre-tournament press conference, Medvedev noted that he had a great rivalry with Novak Djokovic and was motivated to face him in South Australia. «I don’t know. I like to play Novak because yes, I feel like we have a lot of games.

We had some really great matches with a great level of tennis. At the same time, what motivates me is to be in the semifinals, and if Novak is there, he’s great. If it’s someone else who beats him, I don’t care much; that’s great too.

It means someone is in great shape and probably managed to beat the best player in the world right now,» the Russian said.


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