Djokovic quit the Miami Open, planning to take down Nadal at Roland Garros

Thursday, March 25, 2021 00:02 AM (GMT + 7)

(Sports news, tennis news) Djokovic left the Miami Open to have time with his family but quietly practiced on the clay court.

The Miami Open, the first 1,000 Masters award in 2021, which was eagerly awaited by the audience turned gloomy over the lack of a “Big 3”. After Rafael Nadal announced his withdrawal, Roger Federer quit the tournament to fully recover his health. On the eve of the tournament, Novak Djokovic also announced “leave” to have time to care for his family.

Djokovic is not resting, but is heading towards the clay court

But the reality is not quite like that. Photos shared on Instagram recently showed that Nole is training on clay, aiming to conquer Roland Garros, where Rafa is “King” for more than a decade.

Djokovic has 5 times reached the Roland Garros final after 16 times and only won 1 title. In 5 times to the final match of the Grand Slam in France, Djokovic lost 3 times to Nadal (2012, 2014, 2020), once defeated by Stan Wawrinka (2015) and had 1 victory against Andy Murray (2016).

To shorten the Grand Slam gap with Federer and Nadal to a title as soon as possible, Djokovic needs to win Roland Garros, if he continues to take the throne at Wimbledon, this player has a chance to rise to the top when the US Open. close.

Djokovic has a great chance of becoming “number 1 of all numbers” in 2021, so the Serbian player is heading to Grand Slam titles and skipping several others. As scheduled, Novak will return at the Monte Carlo tournament, the second ATP 1,000 tournament of the year to be held in Monaco on April 11.

In the latest interview, Djokovic’s father, Mr. Srdjan confidently affirmed that his son will be the best, when the reporter asked in the group “Big 3” who is the “greatest legend”.

Mr. Srdjan told Sportske Novesti: “I think you have the wrong question, it (Djokovic) is the greatest. From the number one record for the most weeks, to the head-to-head ratio, the number of Masters titles. .. just missing the Olympic HCV and the 2 Grand Slam, this will be completed this year.

Source: http: // …


(Sports news, tennis news) After Federer, Nadal, it was the Serbian player’s turn, Djokovic to announce he did not attend the Miami Masters.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *