Djokovic: "I take advantage of any moment to improve my clay appearance"


The number one in world tennis, Novak Djokovicdeclared in Belgrade that Roland Garros this is his main goal of the season on clay and he takes advantage of any moment to improve his form on that ground.

“That (improving appearance) is important for the rest of the season on clay, which is the most physically demanding ground in our sport, and you need to spend more time on the pitch. I miss the game most of all “Djokovic said at a press conference.

The Serbian tennis player will take part in the ATP 250 tournament to be held in Belgrade from now until the 24th, and which will feature players such as Andrey Rublev (8), Dominic Thiem (54), Karen Khachanov (26) or Aslan Karatsev (30), among others.

Djokovic has played very little this year after being banned from several tournaments for his refusal to be vaccinated against covid-19, and in a recent tournament in Monte Carlo he was eliminated at the start of his return to the Spanish courts. and Alejandro Davidovich.

Now he recalls that last year he won at Roland Garros shortly after playing the ATP 250 tournament in Belgrade and featured public support in his hometown as a boost.

Roland Garros is the biggest target on this floor and in part I am with my thoughts in Paris, in order to arrive safely ”, declared Djokovic.

The tennis player made sure he had ambitions to “walk more, better” also in the Belgrade tournament, but he would check his level daily.

Before arriving at Roland Garros, Djokovic plans to play in Madrid and Rome, two major tournaments in the 1,000 series, but the final decision will depend on how he feels this week in Belgrade, the tennis player said.

Source: La Verdad


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