ATP star reveals how Novak Djokovic’s knee looks

Nole will try to win his eighth title in London, hooking Roger Federer

by Simone Brugnoli
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ATP star reveals how Novak Djokovic’s knee looks
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Against all odds Novak Djokovic will take part in the Championships, the world  number two. Nole will try to win his eighth title in London, hooking Roger Federer. Physical problems now seem to be in the past.

Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic
Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic © Getty Images Sport - Michael Reaves
 

The conference was confirmed by the same former number one in the world: "Perhaps it is not ideal for doctors and specialists who advise you to rest 3 or 6 weeks. The longer, the better not to risk, but it is an individual and subjective thing.

The last three days have made me optimistic that I can really play at the highest level. Everyone has a different response to recovery, rehabilitation, exercises. I had no relapse and now my intensity is very high, my knee is fine, there was no negative reaction", he guaranteed.

Novak Djokovic will take part in the Championships

Impressive has been the recovery of Novak Djokovic after the operation of the right knee three weeks ago, the native of Belgrade did not want to be out of action long and quickly made the decision to go through the operating room to heal the injury in the medial meniscus to be able to return as soon as possible and thus compete in Wimbledon and in the Olympic Games of Paris 2024.

A few days ago, Jannik Sinner tested Novak Djokovic’s athletic endurance by engaging him in a training set, which ended with the result of 6-3 for the blue.

Novak Djokovic, Wimbledon 2024
Novak Djokovic, Wimbledon 2024© Clive Brunskill / Staff - Getty Images Sport
 

The Serbian, despite having a showy elastic band to protect the right knee, has not spared, proving to have now put behind me the problems of a physical nature. Sinner spoke at a press conference about seeding number two, which he could only possibly meet in the final at the next Championships: "I think his knee is fine.

We only played points for 45 minutes. It is not easy to determine now what is his level. He’s certainly one of the biggest players on these courts, and it’s an honor to train with him," he explained.

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