'Novak Djokovic wants the attention of flirting with a Wimbledon bid', says legend

Novak Djokovic returned to training on Sunday at Wimbledon’s Aorangi Park

by Simone Brugnoli
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'Novak Djokovic wants the attention of flirting with a Wimbledon bid', says legend
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24-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic returned to training on Sunday at Wimbledon’s Aorangi Park, where he will test his physique to decide whether to compete in the third Major of the season, a date in which he played the final last year against Carlos Alcaraz.

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The Serbian legend has made an impressive recovery from the injury to the medial meniscus of the right knee during the round of 16 of Roland Garros, so he had to withdraw from the French tournament.

Novak Djokovic continues to surprise everyone

For Novak Djokovic the main priority of this year is the Olympic Games in Paris 2024, an event in which he will leave body and soul to conquer the only great title missing in his brilliant record, an Olympic gold medal.

Social media from the tournament held at the Cathedral of Tennis shared footage of the seven-time Wimbledon champion hitting on the green surface with protection on his knee and right arm, a player who has until Friday to decide whether to compete in London, as that day will be the draw of the main draw of knights.

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With the aim of winning Olympic gold, Djokovic has prioritized his participation in the singles squad of the event that will be held at the same venue where Roland Garros is organized, so he already ruled out the possibility of competing in doubles for his country.

Novak Djokovic’s arrival at Wimbledon was scheduled for tomorrow, but the Serbian champion has decided not to waste any more time and has already reached the All England Club today. Eighteen days have passed since he had his right knee surgery after suffering an injury to Roland Garros, where he won the match against Francisco Cerundolo despite a meniscus injury.

In a recent interview, Andy Roddick opened up on Nole: “This is incredible, I can’t believe it. The fact that he’s posting this, he wants the attention of flirting with a Wimbledon bid and being healthy. He is certainly not dealing with this injury privately. This is crazy to think that he had surgery like a week ago.”

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