Novak Djokovic warns Grigor Dimitrov: 'I go for a win'

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Novak Djokovic warns Grigor Dimitrov: 'I go for a win'

Grigor Dimitrov made an important admission about Novak Djokovic, which is the Serbian dropping his level in the last 12 months. However, the Serbian is confident that he is on the right way to his best shape again.

For Djokovic, it's normal that players, media or fans share their opinion on him. 'Everybody sees my game or any other player's game different. We all see it from different perspectives, and I feel that in the last three tournaments basically my level of my tennis has improved and I start to feel comfortable with my game, in general, and I can actually finally focus on my game, which I wasn't doing 100% because I had to more or less every time I stepped on the court, think about the elbow or other things that might occur.

So right now it's all about tennis, all about improving, and getting on a high level. So a match against Dimitrov obviously is a very good challenge for both of us, especially me at this time, with not too many matches under my belt in general this year or last 12 months.

So it's quite important. He's one of the best players in the world and loves playing on grass. I think it's his preferred surface. He has won here, so yeah, I mean, after today's performance, convincing performance, I feel confident to step out on the court and go for a win.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer reveals private conversation with Rafael Nadal