The apparent injury suffered by Novak Djokovic during his participation in the Australian Open is still up in the air. Now it was the coach of the number two in the world, the Spanish Juan Carlos Ferrero, who gave his opinion on the incident in which the Serb was involved and which brought him a lot of criticism, especially from Rafael Nadal's fans.
"I am not going to call Djokovic a liar, but I will only say that I find it difficult. The breaks and tears, his own word says it: the muscle is broken. I see it as difficult, if it were so, Djokovic would move as he did. Obviously if he has the ability to withstand brutal pain, which may be, good for him and he deserves to have won, "commented the 'Mosquito'
“Personally, after having played my entire career and having injuries, I see it as very, very difficult, if not impossible. Obviously when he says it he will explain it well, the tournament director has said it and you have to trust what they say", added Carlos Alcaraz's mentor.
It is clear that they have not liked the triumph of 'Nole' in Melbourne at all Park. He just replaced Alcaraz at the top of the men's ranking. Now the Serb is number one in the world and I don't take his pupil. During his participation in the Australian Open, Djokovic was harshly criticized and they even questioned his "injury".
In the end, it is a reality that little or nothing affects his rivals, whom he dominated at will. Do you think Juan Carlos Ferrero is right when he says that it is impossible for a person to recover from a tear in a matter of days?
Stan Wawrinka speaks about Djokovic
Stan Wawrinka continued to sing the praises of Novak Djokovic.
"Novak is the best player today and has proven it in everything he has done for 20 years. They exploded all the records between him, Rafa, and Roger. They took everything and ate everything. They are the greatest players in the history of tennis.
Unfortunately, there have been several generations who have broken their teeth against them. I think the one that is coming now, little by little it will take over. It’s inevitable and it’s going to happen after a while.
But we’re talking about the biggest players in the history of the game. We’re not just talking about big players," Stan Wawrinka added.