Novak Djokovic Hunted By Haters, But Brett Connors Is Right To Defend Him

Novak Djokovic persecuted by haters, but Brett Connors is right to defend him

Novak Djokovic is constantly persecuted by haters. This has been a constant throughout his glorious career. The Serbian champion, who suffered from being in (media) competition with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. not many fans forgive the Serbian champion for beating the two idols so many times.

Lots of fans, actually lots of haters.. Some of them even famous insiders, who should approach their work more sparingly. You may or may not like it, but Novak Djokovic is a tennis treasure to be protected. Especially now, after the withdrawals of Roger Federer and Serena Williams..

A period of transition, from the old era to the new. And Djokovic, with Nadal, are the last ones left to complete this transition. The haters should leave Djokovic alone. In the latest edition of the Advantage Connors podcast, Brett Connorsson of former American legend Jimmy, defended Novak Djokovic from criticism.

He explained: «Novak Djokovic became the global villain last year while now everyone is trying to back off. One wonders if many people didn’t follow the direction of the wind in 2022. Nole was identified as the leader of the anti-vaccine movement in a totally inappropriate way.

When asked for his opinion on the anti-Covid vaccine, Djokovic made a very educated and deep reasoning. He made it clear that the body is essential for an athlete, being his work tool. No one responded to his arguments, but they limited themselves to portraying he as a jesterIn an interview with the Tennis365 portal, Indian Wells tournament director Tommy Haas spoke about Nole’s state: «It would be nice if the rule could be changed a bit earlier than expected, to allow Djokovic to play 1000 in Indian Wells». and Miami.

I think he wants to be there, so we should give him a chance to come. We remain hopeful that we can have him here. It would be a real shame if he missed these two tournaments because he is banned from entering the United States.» Novak Djokovic got revenge for last year’s events by winning his tenth Australian Open.

The Serbian star player, who suffered a left hamstring injury on the eve of the tournament, managed to raise his level from the round of 16. Suffice it to say that the 35-year-old from Belgrade dropped just one set in the entire tournament, demolishing the poor Minaur, Rublev, Paul and Tsitsipas.

In addition to having hooked his eternal rival Rafael Nadal in 22 Grand Slams, Djokovic returned to the top of the world ranking by unseating Carlos Alcaraz from the throne after 20 weeks of reign. Nole reiterated that he is still the strongest and many believe that he can once again aspire to the Calendar Grand Slam.

Goran Ivanisevic’s pupil will play the ATP 500 in Dubai at the end of February, while his presence in Indian Wells and Miami is very unlikely, due to his vaccination status.

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