Wimbledon day 5 recap: Djokovic, political tennis, is the ideal tennis player

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Wimbledon day 5 recap: Djokovic, political tennis, is the ideal tennis player

Novak Djokovic, six-time champion of the Wimbledon tournament plays a match that is sometimes perfect. He serves well, moves well, misses very little and above all forces the opponent to rarely hit the ball cleanly. It is also useless to mention that Kecmanovic during the first two sets does not offer break points only in one case.

In short: the 6-0 6-3 that he matures after just over sixty minutes of play exemplifies everything. The dynamics obviously do not change in the third set, with Nole maintaining incredibly high standards in response and Kecmanovic struggling to find valid alternatives, to stick to the score or at least to make life difficult for his compatriot.

Djokovic, who lands the decisive shoulder at the start and flirts several times with the second break, does not make any particular changes to the script and obviously seals the success at 6-0 6-3 6-4. After expressing his optimism after the victory, Stefanos Tsitsipas also tried his hand at a nice game about his ideal athlete.

Tsitsipas made it clear that the best tennis player serving on the Tour is American John Isner. As best right Tsitsipas chose the Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro. Then Tsitsipas praises the now ex world number one Novak Djokovic who dominates as the best backhand and best response of the Tour.

As a mental strength Tsitsipas chooses Rafael Nadal while in the movements the Greek chooses the South American Diego Schwartzman. Incredible failure for Roger Federer. Rafael Nadal was asked about Iga Swiatek's incredible results this year: "I texted her a couple of times, because what he is doing is crazy.

The way he manages to maintain focus and winning spirit for so long is amazing. It is difficult to realize everything he is doing. Also, when he plays well, it's hard to stop her because his shots are different. They have a lot of power and she is able to move very well.

When she is confident, she is not at all easy for all of her opponents. I like her very much, she has a very positive attitude and is a breath of fresh air in the world of tennis. I'm happy enough that a girl like her is so successful.

" Novak Djokovic could miss the US Open, but the motivation does not pertain to the tournament: the unvaccinated cannot enter the US, but can participate in the tournament if they are already in the country. This is what Tennys Sandgren explained, also showing support for the Serbian.

"I exchanged messages with Tennys Sandgren a few days ago. I wanted to thank him for the public support he has given me in this situation. What he said makes perfect sense: if unvaccinated players weren't allowed to compete in the US Open, then that should be the case for everyone.

I don't see the medical logic behind that, that Tennys can play because he's a citizen of the United States, and I am not. If I had a US passport or green card, I would be able to play. Maybe there is a political logic behind it, not a medical one, but I'd rather not go into that and you can see why. "