Ivanisevic: “A shame for Wimbledon, Novak can win all four”


Goran Ivanisevic He also held a press conference this Sunday to discuss a new achievement in his player’s career, Novak Djokovic. The coach of the Balkan player was very happy after the Serbian victory in the final of US Open and he regretted the details that kept him out of Wimbledon extending his historic year of conquering four Grand Slams.

“It’s a shame, because a few points would have made the difference and I could have got all four. But he’s won 24 Grand Slams and is still hungry, so that’s great,” said the Croatian, satisfied. “What he’s achieved is incredible,” he added.

Ivanisevic recounts how Djokovic dealt with his close loss to Carlos Alcaraz in the Wimbledon final. “When we got to Cincinnati, nobody mentioned what happened. He won. He knows how to turn the page and that’s why he’s so good,” he explained. “He’s a winner, he motivates himself and always looks for a way to win, even on the days when he’s not feeling well,” he highlighted.

The ‘Nole’ coach said what was the key to the final against Medvedev. “He gave him the first set and the second it was unbelievable that he took it, because things were not good. So the tie-break is decisive,” he said.

Ivanisevic said that, having equaled Margaret Court’s Grand Slam record, Djokovic will continue to try to increase his numbers. “The Grand Slam and the Olympic Games are the most important things”he left, as a clear reference to Paris 2024 and without closing the door on Los Angeles 2028. Olympic gold is one of the few challenges the Serbian has eluded.

Source: La Verdad


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