Djokovic makes unexpected decision ahead of Roland Garros

Novak Djokovic He continues to look for answers and solutions to a season that has started poorly in terms of results and performance, and he seems to be channeling all his energy into it. Roland Garros After early dismissal in Rome, the Serbian confirms his participation Geneva ATP 250 The week before the second week Grand Slam The year is 2024.

A few more days to complete 37 years, Knoll measures efforts and carefully selects each step to follow in the ATP circuit calendar. So, because of how he handled himself during these months, everything indicated that he would rest and focus on his preparation to achieve. Paris A relaxed and winning attitude marked him and made him one of the greatest tennis players in history.

However, the French newspaper reported this Friday L'Equipe, Djokovic will change his strategy and play ATP in Switzerland That will be discussed Between May 19 and 25 Looking for a shoot, why not, get rid of the stress of not achieving the title for the whole year At Roland Garros they arrive motivated.

Djokovic enjoys the public's love in Rome.

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Djokovic raised concerns about his low form

Novak Djokovic Tennis lovers are used to winning forever, or forever and more after retirement Roger Federer and repeated declines Rafael Nadal For different physical reasons. However, the Serbian is also very close to fulfilling 37 years Next May 22 His form this season hasn't matched what he's shown in recent years, including 2023. Undisputed number 1.

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Andy Roddick In his podcast 'Served' he analyzed the present Djokovic And expressed his concern: “It's a very strange moment and I'm not one of those people who are swayed by the given results. In the last six months we have seen him fall sharply Against Janic Sinner in Melbourne, he also lost to Alex De Minaur in the United Cup and Luca Nardi in Indian Wells, which is very strange considering he came after days of preparation,” said the former American tennis player.

And exploring his reasoning for his current status as still No. 1 in the ATP rankings, Andy added: “It was very worrying to see him struggling to breathe., at some point in the game he suffered from breathlessness. There's a bottle thing going on in Rome. Only he can tell you how he feelsBut then he went out and lost to Tabilo… he's a good player, but he's not Novak Djokovic.

Novak Djokovic and his coach Goran Ivanisevic are preparing for the United Cup in Perth, his official debut in the 2024 season.

Now it's Noel's turn Know how to reinvent yourself With his new trainer Goran Ivanisevic And in that quest Geneva ATP Add shooting and confidence to the preview Roland Garros But also in the preface Wimbledon and Olympic GamesOther big objectives of the season.

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