Norrie gives an honest analysis on Djokovic's phenomenal moment

In an interview with Tennis365, the British tennis player underlined how at the moment, the Serbian is the best in the world

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Norrie gives an honest analysis on Djokovic's phenomenal moment
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In an interview with the Tennis365 website, the British tennis player Cameron Norrie talked about the upcoming season and his experience at the Davis Cup Finals. He also focused on ATP world No.1 Novak Djokovic, analyzing why the Serb is currently the best in the world.

"When you see the record he set in Australia, you clearly consider him the favorite in Melbourne. He is a great tennis player. The Davis Cup match against him was really tough for me. I prepared well because the matches with Novak are so physical.

It's always fun to play against him and, even if the result didn't reward me, I did my best to end the season with a good performance," said the British tennis player. "I think I expressed a better level than in the last few matches, so I'm quite proud of how I played.

It was still difficult to accept the defeat. Novak also won the Nitto ATP Finals and there is no doubt that he is the best at this moment. 2023? I always demand more from myself and I think I have played more games than anyone in the last three years.

I always have to try to be 100% fresh and maybe prioritize one tournament over another. I will take all this into consideration and try to manage my calendar better," he analyzed.

And Norrie close the season just with a defeat againt Djokovic

Norrie has faced Djokovic four times throughout his career.

The British tennis player never managed to beat the Serbian champion and only in one of the direct matches did he take home a set. In addition to the famous semifinal of Wimbledon 2022, where Djokovic came back without any major worries, the Briton did not find the key to worrying the Belgrade native in any way.

Norrie's 2023 ended with a new defeat against Djokovic, in the Davis Cup, in the match that took Serbia to the semi-final of the most important team event.

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