'If Novak Djokovic Had Not Been Allowed To Play...', Says Expert

‘If Novak Djokovic hadn’t been allowed to play…’, says expert

Novak Djokovic took a moment to show love to his family following his triumph at the ATP Finals. Last week in Turin, Djokovic was accompanied by his wife and his two children. In Turin, Djokovic felt the pressure of having to deliver and win his sixth ATP Finals title.

However, having his wife and children with him helped the Serb reduce his stress levels. In the end, Djokovic won all five of his matches to clinch the title and tie Roger Federer’s all-time record of six titles at the season-ending tournament.

«It’s very special to me. I’m very grateful to my wife and children for coming. I don’t usually get these moments on tour with them, so of course I try to enjoy it as much as I can.» make my life easier on tour.

The pressures, the expectations, the stresses that you normally experience in a big tournament like this, when they’re present, they lessen a bit so that I can have that free time, quality time with my family. That calms me down and gives me the serenity to recalibrate and play my best tennis the next day.

I don’t know how many more tournaments I will have this opportunity to have them all. I really appreciate these moments. Hopefully, when (the children) grow up, they will realize even more what a special moment we are living together,» Djokovic was quoted as saying by Sportskeeda.

Djokovic is the father of two children: Stefan and Tara.

Wilander talks about Djokovic

The debate over who will finish as the greatest tennis player of all time (GOAT) is «alive again» now that Novak Djokovic will be allowed to play again at the Australian Open, according to Mats Wilander.

«Obviously it’s very important to him. [Djokovic’s Australian Open inclusion]”, the tennis analyst told Eurosport. “We had to guess last time that she wasn’t allowed into Australia. He must have been heartbroken.

We have no idea how he felt because he was so good at hiding it. If Novak hadn’t been allowed [to play unvaccinated], the story of our game would have become completely irrelevant. Grand Slam numbers would have become completely irrelevant if Novak couldn’t play anymore.

For most people, I’m saying we’d really like to know who we can tag #1 of all time. So I think it’s really important for the press and the space that we get in the media as a professional sport, I think it’s greatly enhanced by having that race come back and being alive again.»

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