Tennis “Superman” Novak Djokovic didn’t even manage the US Open finals emotionally and reminded his fans of his sluggish loss to Russian Daniil Medvedev that he was a normal person.
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Novak Djokovic in tears after losing the US Open final.
The Grand Slam calendar cost him and at the same time won the 21st “Big Four” title, which allowed him to break up with tennis genius Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Already at the end of the game The 34-year-old Belgrade had tears in his eyes with a wonderful Russian player, and later cried at a press conference with Serbian journalists.
It was then that they mentioned him if he was really looking forward to children. The eldest Stefan will be seven years old and the youngest Tara will be four years old.
“I’m relieved or tired of all this. The pressure and expectations ahead of the US Open have been tremendous.
No matter how hard I tried and managed to stay focused and focused on the next and next step, the whole process was very stressful.
“I am disappointed and sad because I missed a great opportunity,” Novak Djokovic said, quoting him. Serbian Daily Blic on your site.
Djokovic tried to be diplomatic about the matter after one of the toughest losses of his career/3 x 4:6/ but it didn’t work out.
“Thanks to everyone who supported me, I have never experienced such a nice atmosphere in New York before. The ending didn’t work out for me, but not everything in life is perfect. I should be proud of what I achieved this year.”
This winning journey is breathtaking with all the pauses and something no one will take me from. Then came the New York Finals and he’s clearly a better player than me.
I was still half a step behind my opponent. I don’t want to be pathetic and complain because I have something to be grateful for.
I confuse regret with sadness, but I also confuse gratitude with pride. “It would be wrong if I only complained at the moment,” admitted Slovak coach Marian Vajda, who was with Knoll in New York.
When asked about his immediate plans and reminders, whether he was really looking forward to the children, the great hero shed a tear.
“To tell you the truth, I have no tennis plan, absolutely nothing. I don’t know if I will be playing anywhere else in the near future.
Now I still think it’s real in New York. However, I try to look at life as a whole, not just through tennis.
I’m also a husband and a father and these are completely different priorities. I like to be more with children. I promised them that because we miss each other,” Djokovic added on sport.blic.rs.
Putin congratulated Medvedev
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Medvedev on winning the title at the US Open. He described his final victory over Serbian Novak Djokovic as “brilliant”.
Medvedev ended the 16-year-old’s waiting for the men’s singles Grand Slam champion. So far, the last Russian winner was Marat Safin, who triumphed at the 2005 Australian Open in Melbourne.
“On your way to the finals of the prestigious tournament, you showed great skill and perseverance. In the decisive match, you gave a confident and young performance and strength. You did not give your opponent a chance. This is how real champions play,” Putin said.
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