Novak Djokovic: 'I know in my heart I gave it everything to fight...'



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Novak Djokovic: 'I know in my heart I gave it everything to fight...'

World number one Novak Djokovic failed to make the Golden Slam Schedule this year. He came to Tokyo to win Olympic Gold but sadly returned home to him without a medal. In a recent tweet, Novak Djokovic thanked the organizers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics for managing the tournament efficiently.

He also thanked all his fans and mentioned that he gave everything in the biggest sporting tournament. Interestingly, he also cited that it is not the last Olympics for him, as he will return with the mission of winning Gold at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

“It was a real privilege to represent Serbia at the Olympics. Thank you to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and everyone who helped us unite for the magic of sport. I know in my heart that I gave it my all to fight for a medal, and I am looking forward to coming back stronger at the 2024 Paris Olympics,” Djokovic wrote in the tweet.

Nole was nothing short of a celebrity at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Almost every athlete from different sports posted selfies with him and he enjoyed his stardom wherever he traveled in Tokyo. Therefore, he mentioned that he had an amazing experience at the Olympics and also wished all his fellow Serbian athletes the best of luck still competing in Tokyo.

“It was an incredible experience that I will never forget. Good luck to all Serbian athletes still competing for a medal,” added the 20-time Grand Slam champion. After having a pretty tight schedule, Novak Djokovic is likely to miss the 2021 Rogers Cup.

Djokovic is not really happy with his performance at the Tokyo Olympics

In a recent tweet, Novak Djokovic thanked the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 for managing the tournament efficiently. He also thanked all his fans and mentioned that he gave his everything in the biggest sporting tournament.

Interestingly, he also quoted that it is not the last Olympics for him as he’ll be back with a mission to win the Gold at the Paris Olympics 2024. “It was a true privilege to represent Serbia at the Olympics. Thank you Tokyo Olympics 2020 and everyone that helped us come together for the magic of sport.

I know in my heart I gave it everything to fight for a medal, and I’m looking forward to coming back stronger at the Paris Olympics 2024,” wrote Djokovic in the tweet. “This was an unbelievable experience I will never forget. Good luck to all the Serbian athletes still competing for a medal,” added the 20-time Grand Slam champion.