In a video posted on YouTube, Patrick Mouratoglou identified the talent that distinguishes Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal from the rest of the players. He explained: "In the men's Wimbledon final we saw two games in one.
I am convinced that experience has played an important role in favor of Novak Djokovic, who has never panicked. The Serbian started responding more frequently from the second set and Nick Kyrgios felt the pressure. Nole Djokovic and Rafael Nadal literally refuse to lose, neither is comparable to the two of them in this respect.
They have an extraordinary ability to find new solutions to turn games upside down. Despite a bad first set, Djokovic knew perfectly well what he had to do to win that final." It is unlikely that Novak will be able to participate in the American Masters 1000 and the US Open.
The director of the Masters 1000 in Montreal Eugène Lapierre wanted us to clarify: "The situation is clear: either Canada changes its rules or Djokovic has to get the vaccine. In the current state of."
What could happen from today to the US Open?
Djokovic lifted his season by triumphing at Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career, the fourth in a row.
The former world number 1 proved flawless in the decisive moments of the tournament, having won the last three games played in London by comeback. The Serbian star was two sets behind against Jannik Sinner in the quarterfinals, but that didn't stop him from hitting the semi-final by dominating far and wide the last three halves.
Lifting his seventh trophy at Church Road and matching his idol Pete Sampras, the 35-year-old from Belgrade has hoisted himself to 21 Grand Slams. Nole is now only one length away from his eternal rival Rafael Nadal, waiting to figure out whether or not he can enter the United States to compete in the US Open. In the coming weeks thre will come more news abut the US Open and its protagonists.