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‘What happened in Australia left me blank’

It was an unusual season for Serbian champion Novak Djokovic. The 21st Grand Slam winner played a ‘part-time’ season with the tennis player who was forced to give up several major tournaments due to his choice not to be vaccinated for Covid-19.

Now Nol will take the field, after his recent victory in Nur-Sultan, in a bid to win the Masters 1000 title in Paris Percy for the seventh time, a tournament with which he is strongly associated. The Serbian champion spoke this way at the press conference for the presentations: “In this tournament, I have achieved many successes during my career.

I’m really enjoying it here, and it always pays to come to a tournament where you have good memories. In 2019 and 2021, the last few times I’ve been here, I’ve won and hope to continue that streak. I like the conditions even if I have to say it, after some training, I noticed that they are different.

I spoke to the tournament director and they told me that they increased the speed of the field. Beulin told me that some players complained about the slow pace of the pitch, so I understand that decision.

I think this tournament is appreciated by athletes who are doing a great service, but in general I don’t think there is a set formula.”

Novak Djokovic and changes to the season

The Serbian tennis player returned to some of the situations that characterized his season and said: “The second part of the season was positive, what happened in Australia left me mentally empty and affected my level in some ways.

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Towards the end of the court tour, I was back in action and Wimbledon was a real relief for me. Percy? I love this tournament, and I love the prevailing conditions. When you win a championship many times, you always have positive feelings about that championship and I generally have good feelings about the next season. Image source: Getty Images

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