Mouratoglou: "Novak Djokovic beat Nick Kyrgios like this"



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 Mouratoglou: "Novak Djokovic beat Nick Kyrgios like this"

In a video posted on Instagram, Patrick Mouratoglou, former coach of Serena Williams and current coach of Simona Halep, analyzed in detail the men's final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon. Mouratoglou explained: "The Wimbledon final was presented as a clash between Nick Kyrgios' serve and Novak Djokovic's response.

In the first set, Nole really struggled to return Nick's serve. The Australian had an easy time in the opening run, putting a lot of pressure on his opponent in return. As the minutes passed, the Serbian began to read Kyrgios' serve better and the inertia changed.

By managing to respond with great frequency, Djokovic made sure that the key to the match became exchanges. Without this change, Nick would have easily won. Novak is the best nerker of all time and he has proven it once again.

He looked like a boxer played at first, while Kyrgios was confident. Starting with the second set, another match began. Djokovic was very good at not panicking."

Novak Djokovic's win at Wimbledon 2022

After going through one of the most difficult moments of his entire career, Novak Djokovic is back to winning.

The Serbian champion took his seventh title at Wimbledon, equaling his idol Pete Sampras. Triumphing at Church Road for the fourth time in a row, the former world number 1 hoisted himself to 21 Grand Slams and narrowed the gap that separates him from Rafael Nadal in the all-time standings.

A real breath of fresh air for Nole, whose 2022 had started in the worst way. The 35-year-old from Belgrade has in fact paid dearly for his choice not to vaccinate against the Coronavirus, not having been able to defend the title in Melbourne at the beginning of the year.

The 'Djoker' had also been forced to miss the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells and Miami in the spring. After the disappointment he suffered at Roland Garros, Novak redeemed himself at the Championships despite a few empty passes. Djokovic left many sets on the street during the tournament, but he was flawless in the decisive moments.