Novak Djokovic's coach Marian Vajda, who accompanied the world no. 1 during the Asian Swing, spoke about Novak's magic period. In the last two weeks, Djokovic won Beijing and Shanghai without dropping any set. "He dominated amazingly in the last two weeks.
He's as relaxed as ever. It's the result of his US Open title. He's taking advantage of it, but staying extremely concentrated". "Is Novak unbeatable? Bernard Tomic came to talk about it after his loss on Friday in the quarter-finals.
He asked me: 'How can I beat that guy? Tell me! I don't even know where to play him, he's too strong.' I think only his opponents realize to what extent he fills out space. He can get everything back. They feel that to resist, they need to produce what they can't deliver.
They can't get a rhythm against him. We saw a good example of that against Andy (Murray) in the semi-finals, which was Novak's best match of this tournament." (Djokovic won 6-1 6-3). Even if the Serb is dominating, his coach doesn't relax.
"When the motor is humming along and the tank is full, it's good for the coach to take advantage of it a bit - said Vajda jokingly, and added - Seriously, I need to stay very concentrated so I can prepare the best practice sessions for him." According to Novak, he can play better.
Vajda agrees. "At the moment, he's producing his very best tennis. But he can improve in all areas. He wants to improve. We work every day on the details. It's necessary to be very creative, even at that level. Novak is so demanding of himself.
You've seen how he groans because his return is two cm out on a 215 kph serve? Unbelievable, no?" Also Read: Vajda: ´Roger Federer? He Served as a Motivation for Novak Djokovic After Stefan´s Birth´