Monfils: "Novak Djokovic is a tennis legend"

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Monfils: "Novak Djokovic is a tennis legend"

Novak Djokovic missed the opportunity to achieve the Grand Slam in the 2021 season, which still remains a crazy year, in which he managed to make a difference and further point out his superiority over his direct opponents in the best of five set matches.

Nole won the title of the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon, now she wants to end the year in the best possible way, taking away other great satisfactions. Gael Monfils, on Media day at the Master 1000 in Paris-Bercy, talked again and focused on the current moment of the Serbian champion, who took the court again in the Parisian tournament, after the September 12th defeat at the US Open against the Russian Medvedev.

Monfils infact said: "I still see him as a legend of our sport. He has won three major competitions, he is now trying to achieve more. He lost to Daniil, who played very well and is still second in the world ranking."

Monfils pays homage to Nole's talent

Paris-Bercy, Nitto Atp Finals and Davis Cup, playing for his country.

This is the program of the final of the year drawn up by the 34-year-old native of Belgrade, who on Monday played and won the first round of the doubles with compatriot Filip Krajinovic. The 35-year-old Frenchman, who played his 1st round match with Serbian Kecmanovic (he won in 3 sets, qualyfing for the 2nd round), stressed that Djokovic will not lose his sense of success, despite having lost the Grand Slam': "Novak is still Novak.

He is a fantastic player and he is always the same," he said. Nole gave a show yesterday to the public in Paris, winning in comparison with the Australians Saville and Alex de Minaur, while on Tuesday the debut in singles is scheduled with the Hungarian football player Marton Fucsovics.

We recall that Novak Djokovic won his second round match in Paris-Bercy by beating Marton Fcusovics in 3 sets. Novak Djokovic will be the favourite also for the ATP Finals, in Turin, tournament in which there will not be Roger Federer e Rafael Nadal.