against Novak


During the press conference in Paris Bercy, the Serbian champion Novak Djokovic revealed some of his remarks about Carlos Alcaraz: “He has had a fantastic year. He deserves to be in that position for the results he has had.

In the end, the results are the best parameter for the ranking. He has won a Grand Slam and has consistently played well. Although he is only 19, he plays with a lot of maturity and energy. He also has a great coach, one who has been in his shoes, Juan Carlos Ferrero.

It is a perfect combination. He knows exactly what you are going through, how to help you mentally resist the pressure of being number one and of all those who want to dethrone you. This is just the beginning of him, but he is hungry for success.
He now he will have to defend the points, something different. When you are chasing you you have less pressure, when they chase you and when everyone wants to be where you are things change mentally. We’ll see how he goes.”

Nole’s words

Nole also pointed out an interesting aspect about being a father: “It changed a lot for me as a person, not so much as a professional. Thanks to my wife, I was able to continue playing tennis at this level.

It is important to have someone who supports you in everything and has sacrificed a lot to make me compete. I had one of my best seasons right after becoming a father in 2014. I became a father at the end of the year and 2015 was one of my best years.

It was an immense source of energy and motivation.” “I’m happy with how I played. I was able to seize the opportunities when they presented themselves, even if I didn’t convert all the break points. It was a difficult first match against a player who serves extremely strong and fast, with both the first and the second.

I think he’s really the only player who goes to the net on every serve. I haven’t made too many unforced mistakes. It was all positive on my part,” Said Nole commented on his winning first match at the Paris-Bercy Master 1000.

Novak Djokovic has won the 89th trophy of his extraordinary career. The Serbian champion, in an interview with the Telegraf, analyzed his victory at the ATP 250 in Tel Aviv, and even imagined what his withdrawal might be like in a few years.

“I’ve played a lot of tennis this week” -debates the 21-time slam winner- “I needed to get into the rhythm of the competition and play as many matches as possible. I also wanted to play doubles, but it wasn’t possible.

My head was always focused on tennis. I didn’t have time to visit the city, but I still enjoyed some time on the beach, cycling or swimming a bit. I also spent some time walking around the old town. It is an extraordinary country, Israel.”

The dream is to return to this country again. “I was in Jerusalem a long time ago. I know the country very well. It is clear that I will return here in the not too distant future. I don’t know if it will be to play a tournament, but as a tourist I will surely come here.

I want to thank all the people who have come to my matches to cheer me on. These days have treated me wonderfully and I definitely have a strong connection with the people of this country.” Djokovic was asked who will cry on the day of his retirement from tennis: “I’m sure my mother will cry a lot.

There is still a long time before that happens. I’m not close to retirement and I don’t think too much about it. Roger had a beautiful send off at the Laver Cup a week ago in London. We were all there, with his family, to say goodbye to a person who has given so much to this sport.”

Nole Djokovic is a true champion

American ace John Isner finds Novak Djokovic the toughest to face among the Big 3. “It’s probably Novak. Even though I played Rafa on clay off the top of my head, I played him on clay like four times.

I think, once at the French Open, you know, that’s one of the toughest tasks in our sport, in sports period. It’s beating that guy on clay and but even more so than that beating him at as we know Roland Garros,” he said.

The former World No. 8 also spoke about feeling helpless while facing the Serbian. “I’ve felt helpless on the court, probably on one hand where I knew I had no shot and I wasn’t even, I was having huge trouble holding serve and three of those times have been against Novak.