'It was a turning point in Novak Djokovic's career', says top coach

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'It was a turning point in Novak Djokovic's career', says top coach

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has been by far the best player this season. He has done something that not many have been able to execute, winning the first three Grand Slam titles of the season. The Serbian is set to go four out of four this year.

Recently, Novak Djokovic's wife, Jelena Djokovic, provided insight into how he behaves on a daily basis. She revealed that her husband is very committed to his daily routine and it is one of the reasons why he is so successful.

The 35-year-old spoke on this topic, saying: “Novak gets up every day and performs his routines that I like to call rituals. They are the firm foundation of him for the day, the energy for the day. Sleeping, praying, stretching, drinking water, eating, spending time with the family, you don't have to skip anything.

This is how he feeds his day and that is a good energy that fuels his purpose." Jelena did not forget to mention that as an individual, Novak is a caring individual. He is dedicated to sports and values ​​the tennis courts.

He has a strong mind and physically, he is one of the fittest athletes in all sports. The wife of the 20-time majority added: “Her purpose for him is love of life. His learning and training classroom is the tennis court.

His tools are his body, mind, racket, shoes and the effort that he puts into nurturing and strengthening all these tools to give him the best possible opportunity to do what he loves the most."

Obradovic comments on Novak Djokovic

Former Serbian Davis Cup captain Bogdan Obradovic spoke to Reuters about Novak Djokovic's career.

Obradovic believes the biggest turning point in Djokovic's career came in 2010 when he helped Serbia win their maiden Davis Cup title. "Winning the 2010 Davis Cup title was a turning point in Novak's career but first and foremost, it was the result of an eight-year long process of building him into the player and man he has become," Obradovic told Reuters.

Interestingly, Lindsay Davenport made an interesting comparison between Djokovic and Serena Williams’ 2015 season. Similar to the Serb, Serena had entered the US Open in 2015, looking for the Calendar Slam. She had even reached the semifinals.

“How much credit can we give Novak? Because for six matches, he’s looked just fine. He hasn’t cracked under pressure; he’s been so focused. And I loved this quote the other night after beating Zverev”.