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Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis
Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

After the Disqualification of Novak Djokovic from US open for accidentally hitting a Line Judge with a ball.

He said that he saw the incident as an opportunity to improve his skills and his mental side of the game.

He also said that he hopes that with this incident that he will be a wiser player.

I am working mentally and emotionally as hard as I am physically, trying to be the best version of myself on the court and off the court.

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis as he discloses that on Monday from Rome, where he will be competing in the Italian Open this week

I understand that I have outbursts and it’s the personality and kind of player that I have always been.

He also said that:

Obviously I went through ups and downs in my career, managing to control my emotions more or less.

But you’re alone out there, it’s a lot of intensity, a lot of pressure, and you have to deal with all of that.

Djokovic had a lengthy conversations on Monday for the first time since he was disqualified in the fourth round of the U S Open tournament.

Still in play for the first set against Pablo Carreño Busta, Djokovic hit a ball about 40 feet, from the court toward a back wall, where it hit a line judge on the throat.

After an expansive conversation with the tournament officials, he was disqualified, upending the men’s singles draw.

Djokovic said that:

The rules are clear when it comes to that, I accepted it, and I had to move on.

Djokovic has not lost a match all season and was fortunate to win the US Open, which would have been his 18th Grand Slam tournament title.

Dominic Thiem, came second, he beat Alexander Zverev for the title on Sunday night in a thriller that ended with a tiebreaker in the fifth set.

Djokovic admitted that his disqualification, although was unlucky, was “not completely out of the blue”.

Adding his propensity for expressing anger on the court, which has sometimes included being reckless with equipment.

At the 2016 French Open, he swiped his racket in anger and it slipped out of his hand, just missing the line judge he could have been disqualified, but he went on to win the tournament his only French Open victory.

Later that season, he quibbled with a reporter at the ATP Finals after hitting a ball into the stands without hitting anyone.

The reporter said it could have been dangerous for spectators.

Djokovic said at the time, bristling at the reporter’s suggestion that the behavior might be part of a pattern.

It could have snowed in O2 Arena, as well, but it didn’t.

His defense then appeared to be much different from his attitude on Monday, when he said he was

Really sorry to cause the shock and drama for the line judge who was hit.

She didn’t deserve that in any way,” he said.

She obviously is volunteering as well and doing her work.

She loves tennis, and she’s been there, as I understood, for quite a few years.

He stopped short of guaranteeing something similar would not happen in future tournaments, but said that he would certainly remember it and learn from his mistakes.

He also said.

I don’t think I’ll have any major issues coming back to the tour and being able to perform well and hit the tennis ball of course, during the point.

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

At the coming French Open, Djokovic will aim to become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to win each Grand Slam tournament twice.

He also said that he was glad to have new goals and aims to focus on right away, though he still considers the 12-time French Open champion, “Rafael Nadal”, as the clear favorite.

Rafa obviously decided to stay on clay and practice, and surely that gives him more advantage,

Djokovic said of Nadal.

The 2019 US Open champion who skipped an attempt at a repeat because of the Covid 19 pandemic.

Even if he didn’t practice for that long on clay, he would still be the No. 1 favorite in Roland Garros or any other clay tournament because he’s Rafa,

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis as he said that:

Playing on clay, he’s the ultimate challenge.

Nadal is among many players, including second ranked Simona Halep, who will be returning to major competition after declining to travel to the United States during the health crisis.

It is obvious that to feel 100 percent, you need matches, But here I am.

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

Nadal said on Monday:

I arrived with plenty of time to try to have the right practices.

At the Italian Open, Nadal will play his first match against Carreño Busta, who after facing Djokovic reached the U.S. Open semifinal.

It’s going to be a good test, I’m excited about going back to competition, without big expectations.

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

We have to really be careful because people are around us and we don’t have to react that bad during the matches because it’s just a tennis match, It was not nice for anybody.

Djokovic says he is working on the mental aspect of tennis

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