Novak Djokovic: 'I have no word how to describe it'

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Novak Djokovic: 'I have no word how to describe it'

Yesterday, we heard from Novak Djokovic again, after a month of total absence of news from him after losing the US Open final. The Serbian admitted not having picked up a racket in over a month and that he would start preparing for the Paris tournament, where he will reappear after New York.

But the most relevant of the interview he gave were his words about the next Australian Open 2022, leaving his participation completely up in the air and it is that, really, his presence is in danger. Australia follows very strict protocols on Covid issues to protect its country.

The measures taken with the tennis players in the last edition did not like the players at all. More than 70 tennis players had to spend a two-week quarantine when traveling on a plane accompanied by other positives and that caused many of them to be injured, going from not leaving the room to competing in the best of five sets.

Djokovic hit a few balls with Olga Danilovic

Novak Djokovic recently gave an in-depth interview to Jelena Medic of Blic, where he laid bare his schedule for the coming months. Djokovic revealed that he will play the Paris Masters, ATP Finals and Davis Cup Finals this year, before going on to talk about his Australian Open plans.

Since the announcement of the health order, scores of fans around the world have expressed curiosity about Djokovic's vaccination status. The 20-time Major champion, however, believes that people are crossing boundaries by asking such questions.

"Too many people today allow themselves such freedom to ask things and condemn a person," Djokovic said. "Whatever you answer: 'Yes, I didn't, maybe, I don't know, I'm thinking,' they will abuse it.

The media has become, I have no word how to describe it," he added. "It spreads fear and panic among people, and I don’t want to participate in that rift. I feel that everyone is hostile. I don’t want to give them a reason to write some things about me.

Now what I told you, one of your editors can take and make a scandal out of it. I don't want to take part in any storm that is happening right now." A recent piece of news states Novak Djokovic might soon be back on the court.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion will represent his nation Serbia in the forthcoming Davis Cup 2021. His compatriot Filip Krajinovic revealed, “Novak is with us. I would like to use the next three tournaments to raise my game before the Davis Cup. We are going there with all the best players, so our goal is to lift the trophy, just like we did in 2010”.