Update on Novak Djokovic's training sessions

This Friday the world saw the progress of Novak Djokovic in his recovery

by Simone Brugnoli
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Update on Novak Djokovic's training sessions
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This Friday the world saw the progress of Novak Djokovic in his recovery, a player who was operated on the knee just over two weeks ago, an arthroscopic procedure that repaired an injury to the medial meniscus.

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The 24 Grand Slam champion has been recovering with an enormous speed that causes impact and leads to think that he could play in Wimbledon, a tournament that begins on July 1 and where he must defend the final played last year.

Novak Djokovic is incredible

Novak Djokovic was operated thinking of a total recovery also with the mind set on Paris 2024, an Olympic Games in which he will pursue the great title that is missing in his record, a gold medal.

From the video published this Friday two points stand out, the Serbian not only is seen training normally in the physical, he also took racket to practice the service on cement court, giving convincing evidence of a rehabilitation that is progressing at great strides towards its return to the professional circuit.

Novak Djokovic
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In addition, the world’s current number three is already trotting on cement with special measures in this recovery process. This Monday Novak Djokovic will rise one place in the ATP classification, will be the number two in the world, only behind Jannik Sinner.

Lacoste has put on sale in its online store a commemorative jacket to celebrate the 25th trophy in the top category of tournaments of the 37-year-old tennis player, who searches for that number since the beginning of the year, but has not yet reached.

The special edition garment went on sale at a collector’s price, $350, a hoodie and trousers made of organic cotton with lining. In both garments is the classic crocodile of Lacoste.

Djokovic and Lacoste joined in 2027, a commercial relationship that was extended until 2025. The Serbian, who will return to world number two on Monday, works for Wimbledon, a tennis player who recovers from the operation of the right knee.

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