Matteo Arnaldi like Novak Djokovic, or rather, like Spider-Man! The Italian tennis player in fact jokingly challenged the Serbian champion after the photo of his Spider-Man shot at the Vienna tournament went viral on social media.
Arnaldi was defeated by Andrey Rublev in the second round of the Viennese bullfight 7-5, 6-3 but, despite the defeat, his Spider-Man style split won over fans on social media. Arnaldi reposted the photo on his Instagram story and added another of Spider-Man, tagging Djokovic and challenging him: "@djokernole I'm coming for you!"
Philippoussis: "Novak Djokovic took professionalism to another level"
Mark Philippoussis spoke with great admiration about Novak Djokovic, praising him for the meticulous professionalism that he constantly puts into his work, during an interview with the Australian website Neos Kosmos.
According to him, the Serbian pushed himself beyond the limits, even surpassing the other two legends Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. "If Nadal or Federer are incredibly professional, if they are competitive and make sure they go to Grand Slam tournaments in the best physical and mental condition possible, Djokovic has taken it to another level, and that is just incredible.
To win several tournaments of the Grand Slam you have to eat, breathe and sleep tennis. Not only has he won 24, a crazy number, but he is trying to improve. He wonders if he can get a percentage point here, a percentage point there." Recently Hamad Medjedovic spent beautiful words for his compatriot, who has embraced a very noble battle, helping young players who cannot bear the economic burden of being a professional player. "Novak Djokovic helped me financially.
Giving me everything I need for my career. He's got it all covered. He helped me when I needed it and he is still helping me in every way. I'm happy that he is there for me. Would you believe who was the first to congratulate me on my title: Novak.
When I picked up the phone, I saw his voicemail that was over a minute long. He is a legend because he is always available for advice," he said in an interview with Sportal.
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