‘Novak Djokovic is a visible reminder of…’, says analyst

Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon title a few days ago, thus reaching 21 Grand Slam titles and distancing his great rival Roger Federer, who remains at 20. The Serbian champion has had a difficult year so far, missing the Australian Open and it is quite possible that he will be absent from the US Open and from all American tournaments in general. While Novak Djokovic is enjoying his vacation and having fun with capoeira, his coach, former tennis champion Goran Ivanisevic, is present at the Umag tournament and has given an interesting interview to the Croatian outlet gol.dnevnik.hr: “It has been a difficult and sad year, which began with the catastrophe in Australia. I also think that the decision of the ATP not to concede points at the last Wimbledon is totally wrong and in fact ridiculous.” Ivanisevic has been working with Novak for quite some time, generally since as early as 2019. On Wimbledon, Goran clarified: “I never imagined that he would win more Grand Slam titles as a coach than as a tennis player. I also think Djokovic will win more Grand Slam titles. The goal for him is to play and win, but it is crucial that he is allowed to compete.” Responding to the various questions, Goran Ivanisevic also spoke about the possibility of Nole” participating in the US Open, joking about it and making it clear that he was not very optimistic about the Serbian champion’s participation: “Djokovic in the US Open? I am more optimistic about the possibility of winning the Umag tournament, of course if Tomislav (tournament director) gives me an invitation.”

Takur talks about Djokovic

Ramesh Takur has split a long forum on the Novak Djokovic’s case, and the arguments really deserve to be studied closely. According to him, the Serb must participate in the 2022 US Open. He also returns to the Australian episode by giving a different reading of the events than that proposed at the time of the facts by the media and the institutions of the country of Nick Kyrgios. Watch out, it’s moving. “Djokovic had to be kept away from Australia not because he could infect other people, but because he is a visible reminder of vaccine failure. The government was terrified that a twice-infected, but unvaccinated Djokovic could showcase his athletic prowess on the pitch for a record-breaking 21st Major triumph and end the steady escalation of the COVID terror.”