Novak Djokovic wants to be like Tom Brady

Djokovic seems ready to surprise everyone again

by Simone Brugnoli
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Novak Djokovic wants to be like Tom Brady
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Only 17 days have passed since surgery on the meniscus of the right knee, but Novak Djokovic seems ready to surprise everyone again. He did it for a whole career, played and won matches that no one would ever have imagined and now the 24-time Grand Slam title winner wants to impress again.

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As reported by the BBC the current number three in the world will arrive tomorrow at Wimbledon and will try to train to check his condition ahead of the London tournament. It must be said that his presence does not mean certain participation but is a strong clue and Nole does not want to resign but wants to play the tournament.

The Serbian champion is incredible and the resistance to physical problems is one of his greatest qualities: the tennis player from Belgrade wants to try and win his 25th Slam.

Novak Djokovic will be at Wimbledon soon

In a recent interview, former ATP ace Greg Rusedski opened up on Novak Djokovic’s future: “He is the most disciplined athlete I have ever seen and I have been able to speak with his agent, who told me that he wants to continue playing much longer. He would like to be the Tom Brady of tennis.”

Novak Djokovic suffered an injury in the second set of Roland Garros' last 16 against Argentine Cerundolo.

Novak Djokovic
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Despite the physical problem Nole continued to play, visibly sore, but managed to win and overturn the race. Then the exams that certified the urgent need of the operation and Djokovic was forced immediately to the intervention, done in Paris.

For the doctors his participation in Wimbledon was almost impossible, but now the news of his arrival in England changes everything. Djokovic wants to try really hard and will try everything to be of the tournament, without forgetting that at the moment his priority remains the Paris Olympics, the only event missing from his immense palmares and Nole wants to complete the circle and make history.

Tomorrow he will be at Wimbledon and then he will decide what to do about his participation in the third Grand Slam tournament of the year.

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