'Novak Djokovic Has All Of His Options Again', Says Former No.1

‘Novak Djokovic has all his options again,’ says former No.1


Novak Djokovic is trying to end a rather troubled season with a flourish. The former world number 1 paid the price for his decision not to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, forcing him to skip the Australian Open and the US Open.

In addition to suffering serious damage to his image, the Serbian phenomenon has seen his eternal rival Rafael Nadal stretch in the historic Grand Slam rankings. Also due to his vaccination status, the 35-year-old from Belgrade also had to give up all the American Masters 1000 (Indian Wells, Miami, Montreal and Cincinnati).

His 2022 took another course thanks to his seventh win at Wimbledon, the fourth in a row. Nole has thus equaled his idol Pete Sampras and has won 21 Majors, just one distance from Nadal’s record.

The ‘Djoker’ is busy this week at the ATP Finals in Turin, where he is the heavy favorite to win. Novak has taken the pass to the semifinals with one day to go and will face Taylor Fritz for a place in the final.

On the latest edition of the ‘Inside-In’ podcast, Jim Courier took a closer look at Djokovic’s prospects.

Courier praises Djokovic

«So it looks like he has all his options again and his 35-year-old body is not your average 35-year-old body and he could easily see him playing for Tom Brady as years,» Courier said.

Courier also believes that Novak Djokovic has started using his kick serve once again for the first time after his elbow surgery in 2018.

So that’s another part of his arsenal that can bring people in and out of the publicity court, where he’d largely just been hitting more body serves and cuts to ostensibly protect his elbows,” added Jim Courier.

Despite his astronomical success in tennis, the Serbian does not enjoy the same level of fans as his rivals Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. «I know people sometimes think I’m fake, that I do certain things because I want to be loved.

It’s not like that, I’m just trying to be genuine. It is something we are losing. It is not possible to please everyone, but at this point, political correctness forces us to give up expressing our ideas with respect, without hatred, but with freedom. Freedom of expression for me today is just an illusion,» said Novak Djokovic.

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