Novak Djokovic: 'My shoulder hurts, it was a bad match'

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Novak Djokovic: 'My shoulder hurts, it was a bad match'

Serbia is up 2-0 in Davis Cup against Russia, but Novak Djokovic is not safisfied for the match played against Daniil Medvedev, who retired down two sets to one due to cramps. Djokovic has still some physical issues: 'My shoulder hurts. I apologize to the crowd in Nis because it was a bad match.

The win is always a win, it's very important to go through a match like this, it gives me confidence, even if I am sorry for Medvedev because we have a good relationship.' Djokovic added: 'Honestly I don't know if I will play in doubles.

It's up to the captain what's better for the team. Dusan Lajovic is ready, there are several options.' Diego Armando Maradona is supporting Argentina this weekend against Italy like he did in the final against Croatia.

He shouted a lot for the whole day, and it annoyed Carlos Berlocq a little bit. 'I heard him so much. He was very close to the court and was calling my name. At some point I asked him to keep calm, not to speak when Seppi was serving.

But he did not understand me and started to shout even more. I took the positive side because it was incredible how Diego supported me. When I was down two sets to love, he was saying: 'It doesn't matter, continue like this'.

He sent me positive vibes and I believed that I could comeback. Also, I apologized to him because I said him that he had to shut up.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal's amazing net worth has been revealed!