In a lengthy interview, former Canadian Open director Eugene Lapierre reflected on Novak Djokovic’s attitude. Lapierre explained: “The nickname he was given at the beginning of his career, that of Djoker, suits him perfectly.

Novak Djokovic tries in every way to please people.
He starts dancing with the ball boys on the pitch, sending hearts to the audience and many other gestures. Once he asked me if we could get him a Segway, which he would use to go around the facility.

We couldn’t find one, but Nole was super understanding. He has always been kind to everyone, just like Rafa Nadal.” Eugene also spoke of Roger Federer: “Well, Roger is the emblem of the class. He immediately realized the enormous impact that his figure could have on this sport.

He never pulled back and has always been happy to come to Montreal. A perfect man both on and off the court.” The Swiss announced his retirement last month and played his last game in the Laver Cup. Novak’s season Novak Djokovic has had a very troubled season.

The former world number 1 paid a very high price for his choice not to vaccinate against the Coronavirus, not having been able to compete in two majors. The Serbian phenomenon has in fact missed the Australian Open and the US Open, as well as having suffered serious damage to his image.

Nole lifted his 2022 back by triumphing at Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career, the fourth in a row. The 35-year-old from Belgrade has thus equaled his idol Pete Sampras and shortened the gap that separates him from Rafael Nadal in the all-time Grand Slam standings.

The ‘Djoker’ is back from the successes in Tel Aviv and Astana, which allowed him to remove the pass for the ATP Finals in Turin. Meanwhile, Goran’s protege Ivanisevic waits to know whether or not he will be able to fly to Australia early next year.

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