'The things Novak Djokovic does for his body...', says NBA star

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'The things Novak Djokovic does for his body...', says NBA star

World No. 3 Alexander Zverev has hinted that he plans to play in the Laver Cup in London next year. The 24-year-old Zverev beat John Isner in his only singles match at the Laver Cup this week. Team Europe dominated the team world, winning by a score of 14-1.

The Europe team also consisted of Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Matteo Berrettini and Casper Ruud. "Overall it was a great week. I think everyone enjoyed it. We are all looking forward to London next year.

We have the last three champions on this team in London. I think Stef, Daniil and I are really looking forward to playing. at that stadium, really looking forward to representing Europe there again. I think it's going to be a great time, I think everyone is going to have fun.

Much of this team will be there again," Zverev said. "I think it's not just the format, but the team atmosphere that we're having. The previous three years were always very close, very tight. I won the last two games of the last two years, so he is always very close," Zverev said during his previous interview with Laver.

Recently, Novak Djokovic was praised by a fellow countryman and NBA star, Bogdan Bogdanovic. He complimented the World No. 1 on his greatness and the manner in which he keeps himself focused. The Serb elaborated that Nole is such a champion that athletes from other sports can learn from him.

Novak Djokovic was praised by Bogdan Bogdanovic

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has had one of his best seasons this year. He won titles at the first three Grand Slam events of the season. Only a select few players have managed to beat the Serbian ace this season.

Bogdan was questioned whether he’s friends with Nole and to expand on his relationship with the tennis player. The Atlanta Hawks player stated, “Yeah, I can say friends or even a little bit more than friends. He’s such an inspiration.

The way he handles everything, you know. His mindset was always to be the greatest of all time. He wasn’t like okay I’m going to win one Grand Slam. When he didn’t even win a Grand Slam, he was still chasing the greatest, he was not chasing a Grand Slam”.

The 29-year-old player added, “That’s something a lot of athletes can learn from that guy. It doesn’t matter which sports you are playing, the mentality is the same. The things he does for his body, the way he handles everything around him, and it’s inspirational so that’s more than friendship”.

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