“I Want to Play My Best Tennis in the Grand Slams and 1000 Events”- Novak Djokovic Talks Ahead of US Open 2020


Novak Djokovic

World number one Novak Djokovic defeated Canadian Milos Raonic at the Western and Southern Open 2020 finals on Saturday. As a consequence, Serbian remains unbeaten in the 2020 season with a streak of 23-0. Additionally, He completed his career second Golden Masters in the same.

Moreover, Djokovic won the Western and Southern Open title a second time in his career. 17-times Grand Slam Champion overcame Raonic this year’s event final by a score of (1-6, 6-3, 6-4). He also tied with Rafael Nadal in the most ATP masters 1000 title, World No.02 Spaniard has won 35 ATP masters titles.      

The 33-years-old Novak Djokovic said after the title presentation ceremony, “I would like to thank my team for hanging in there. Tough match yesterday, three hours.” 

Novak Djokovic

Additionally, Novak Djokovic also expressed his feelings over missing fans on the stand and praised them as well, “I would like to take this opportunity to say hello to all the Cincinnati fans and tennis fans around the world. We miss you guys.” 

Nole added, “It feels quite strange to be in these conditions and circumstances, but we all hope for a better tomorrow and you are one of the biggest reasons why we play professional tennis, so hopefully, we can see you very, very soon.”

“Obviously Brings Even More Confidence to Each Match”- Novak Djokovic On His Unbeaten Streak

To date, Novak Djokovic has 17 Grand Slam titles and  35 ATP Masters 1000 titles in his career. From 2011 to 2020, Serbian has won a minimum of a Grand Slam title every year despite 2017.  

Novak Djokovic said, “I am trying to make the most of my career, trying to use this time when I feel that I am physically, mentally, emotionally, game-wise at [my] peak and playing some of the best tennis that I have ever played.” 

Novak Djokovic

Further, He added, “Going on an unbeaten run so far this year obviously brings even more confidence to each match.”

“I’m just trying to enjoy it and embrace the process. How long that journey is going to last and what kind of legacy I’m going to leave behind, that’s on somebody else to really judge and, you know and evaluate.”, the three-times US Open Champion Novak Djokovic mentioned. 

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“But I’m trying to do my best. Obviously on the court with the goals and ambitions that I have, obviously I want to play my best tennis in Grand Slams and 1000 events. That’s what I’m focusing on right now. And also off the court, try to make the most out of the energy that I have preserved.”, Novak Djokovic, who seeded top on the US Open 2020 concluded.


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