Novak Djokovic Remains Unbeaten in 2020 Season, Nick Kyrgios Has a Different Opinion


Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is banged on with his game at the moment as the world number one remains undefeated in 2020 till now. Additionally, the Serbian margins of wins are twenty to no loss. 

Novak is currently competing in the Western and Southern Open. He defeated the unseeded American Tennys Sandgren by 6-2 6-4. After the win and being undefeated till now.

Djokovic said after the match, “Anything is possible. I do not want to count that out. Because we do not really know what would the post US Tour will look like. But it still is a long way. While it is certainly not my goal to go unbeaten, but I would not complain if I do.”

“Unfortunately He Went Missing When He Supposed To Show Humility And Leadership”- Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios

While everyone is looking forward to this unbeaten run, Nick Kyrgios had something else to say. On his Twitter handle, the Australian wrote, “Hell of a tennis player (Novak Djokovic). May he go unbeaten in 2020. No one can take that away from his.”

Additionally, Nick Kyrgios also wrote, “Unfortunately when he was supposed to show some leadership and humility he went missing. The majority would say he has taken an L regardless.” Here L refers to a gaming term for “take the loss”.

Besides, Nick has never been afraid of voicing his opinions. He also called out on Djokovic before when the Serbian organized the Adria Tour due to which many, including Novak, became victim to the coronavirus.

However, the 17 times Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic said that he has no regrets for organizing the event. Additionally, he also complained about being a victim in all of this.

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Now, Novak Djokovic will be facing Jan-Lennard Struff in the quarter-final match of the tournament. Besides, he will also play in the US Open, starting on August 31st.

Additionally, Nick Kyrgios has already withdrawn his name from the US Open due to safety concerns.


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