After losing to Rafael Nadal in the French Open Finals 2020, Novak Djokovic has been criticised as well as appreciated. Moreover, lately, it has increased many debates over the topic and competition between the Big three.
On Friday, during a quarter-final in Vienna, Nole lost to Sonego with a score line of 6-2, 6-1. After which, he commented and gave answers about many ongoing and recent news to the media. Moreover, some plans were discussed, as well.
The Serbian player went candid this time and revealed his plans and where he sees himself after ‘retirement.’ Although Nole’s success and winning are not ending anytime soon, it was delightful to hear him speak about his further plans.
“I Want To Try Myself In The Role Of Coach”: Novak Djokovic
The Serbian player spoke his heart out when it came to a question on tennis, “I am looking forward to this next phase of my life and my career. I have a tennis club in Belgrade which will become an academy very soon. We have big plans with that. This is the next logical step.”
“I think tennis has given me a lot. I want to pass my knowledge, experience and energy on to future generations, especially in Serbia and the Balkans – we have a lot of talent. Still, we have no system and order,” declared the world number one.
Moreover, when asked about his career after tennis, he said “I am not one of those who are saturated with tennis. I really like tennis. After my career, I want to try myself in the role of mentor, of coach. We’ll see what the future holds, but I try to promote tennis whenever I can.”
It was pretty amazing to hear, Novak would not leave the court even after retirement.