Former World No.1 thinks Novak Djokovic will win another Slam

Novak Djokovic’s knee seems to react well and the Serb is already back on court

by Simone Brugnoli
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Former World No.1 thinks Novak Djokovic will win another Slam
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Novak Djokovic’s knee seems to react well and the Serb is already back on court. In a video published on social networks one can clearly see the native of Belgrade in the gym while smiling and seeming to move towards a total recovery.

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If Nole seems to be doing well, it is very unlikely that he will be able to recover in time to participate in Wimbledon and it would be crazy for him to start a tournament as demanding as the championships at the risk of a relapse and miss the games Paris Olympics, Probably the last of his career and the only major achievement missing from his record.

It is therefore unlikely to see him in action before the Olympics, but he might try tobe, like Rafael Nadal to play a small tournament on clay to get back in shape on clay before representing his country in the French capital.

Novak Djokovic’s knee seems to react well 

Speaking on Tennis Channel, former World No.1 Andy Roddick reflected on Novak Djokovic’s chances to win another Grand Slam title: “His down year, he’s made the semis and the quarters of the first two Slams of the year. That’s good for the rest of us chuckers, right? Those are good results. I think so (Djokovic will win another Slam). I still think he’s the best grass-court player in the world when healthy.

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But, he’s not young anymore. Time is undefeated. He’s certainly given it hell, but when you start having these operations throughout the year, when you come back.”

According to media reports, it would be possible, although unlikely, to see the former World No.1 at the 2024 Wimbledon Championships. According to the famous journalist Craig Shapiro, who claims to have reliable sources in the entourage of Novak Djokovic, the Serb trained on the court for the first time on Wednesday and would fight to be in time to participate in Wimbledon 2024.

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