“Brothers At Heart”: Boris Becker Reveals He Was Hurt When Djokovic Loss at French Open 2020 Finals


Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic

The French Open final 2020 between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic was one of a kind set up history. Moreover, the world of tennis cannot stop but talk about it. Boris Becker, who coached Novak Djokovic for three years, claims that they shared a better bond than anyone else on the field.

Novak Djokovic is now at the top of the world ranking and seeing his performance during the French Open. Nobody could’ve imagined the finals would turn out to be one-sided. He didn’t lose a single match because of which everybody had many high hopes from him.

Novak Djokovic

German proudly discussed his expectations from Novak Djokovic at a discussion group in Dessau. He shared his memories of coaching him for three years and what relationship they both share now.

“Hurt My Heart”: Boris Becker

He went on to describe and put forward his opinion about the finals, “That hurt my heart.” he commented on Djokovic’s defeat at the Roland Garros. The surprise defeat of Djokovic shocked everybody, including Boris, to which he expressed how high his expectations were with Djokovic, and they were turned all down with a loss.

Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic

Boris has worked with Novak Djokovic for three years as his coach, and while discussing his career aspects, he admitted that their respect for each other remains intact forever. “It was a very remarkable time for him and me. We were brothers at heart,” said Becker talking about their time together.

He further praised Nadal for his remarkable performance at the French Open and congratulated him for winning the 13th title at Roland Garros. Among the ongoing debates about who is the greatest player of all times, Boris talked to Eurosport and emphasized his great respect for the straight-set win of 6-0, 6-2, 7-5.

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