Celtic star Matt O’Riley reveals that he is a big fan of how Novak Djokovic carries himself on the court, as he believes there is a lot he can learn as a professional athlete from the 22-time Grand Slam champion. Djokovic, 35, is one of the best players in the entire history of the sport.
Djokovic’s mental strength is one of the things that stands out about the Serb and many believe his mental game is one of the main reasons why he made such an impressive career for himself. “Novak Djokovic is someone I really enjoy listening to speak.
He talks a lot about mindfulness. She’s been down a lot of match points, but she seems to look the same all the time. I think it’s because of the number of times she’s been in those big situations. The best athletes are very good at it.
LeBron James is another who is always very focused and stays as present as he can. If he’s not, he’ll distract him from what he’s supposed to do,» O’Riley said. the scottish sun.
Djokovic enjoyed a remarkable return to Australia
Last year, Djokovic was denied participation in the Australian Open and was eventually deported from Australia.
In late 2022, Djokovic was informed that he had been given the green light to return to Australia at the start of the 2023 season. In his first tournament in Australia, Djokovic won the Adelaide International. Djokovic then clinched a record tenth title at the Australian Open.
After winning his 22nd Grand Slam at this year’s Australian Open, Djokovic admitted it was the biggest win of his career. “Only my team and my family know what we have been through these last four or five weeks.
This is probably the biggest win of my life considering the circumstances,» Djokovic said. Following his Australian Open triumph, Djokovic also returned to the world No. 1 ranking for the first time since early 2022.