Novak Djokovic: 'My Father Particularly Likes To Show Off That...'

‘My father especially likes to brag that…’

Rafael Nadal debuted on the Tour twenty years ago. Two decades later, the Spaniard is still among the best players in the world, working hard to improve and enduring multiple injuries. Two and a half years ago Rafa was asked to build his perfect player.

Nadal mentioned some of his great rivals and a few more players who fit into his module thanks to their unique shots or mental toughness. Rafa highlighted the best shots of his great rivals, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

The Spaniard also mentioned Dominic Thiem, David Ferrer, Ivo Karlovic and Gael Monfils as an image of his perfect formed player. Furthermore, he chose himself in the area of ​​determination, saying that he has always given his best despite injuries and setbacks.

«As for the backhand, I have to pick Novak Djokovic. He can defend superbly from that side and attack down the line and across the court, with plenty of options during exchanges. I have to pick Roger Federer’s forehand when pick up the ball very early and create winners from anywhere on the court.

Roger can hit his right hand flat or add spin to it; it is a powerful weapon. Ivo Karlovic’s serve is the most powerful opening shot in the game. When Ivo serves well, as he does in almost every match, the remaining player cannot create any chances before the tie break.

I would choose myself in the determination segment. I have had the proper resolution throughout my career after all my injuries. I have continued to practice with passion to achieve my goals and fight in every match. Fitness-wise, my pick is Dominic Thiem.

Gael Monfils must be the fastest player and I think Andy Murray has the best shot selection.»

Nole is training hard

Novak Djokovic stated that he does not particularly enjoy the publicity, but understands that it is part of his success.

“I don’t like that that much to be honest, I really don’t. I accept it but I don’t like it, I don’t like seeing myself everywhere. But I know it’s part of what I do. and part of the success,» Djokovic said.

The 21-time Grand Slam champion noted that his father loves to brag about his achievements and hangs large banners and trophies from the Serb on the building above the family restaurant. «My father especially likes to brag that his son is successful and all that, and I understand that,» Djokovic said, adding: «Right above the restaurant that my parents run, in that building he has a permit, I guess, to put up banners. huge». me with different trophies and things that he likes, so you can see him from the road leading into town.

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