Novak Djokovic’s big statement about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020, said … | Serbian TennisStar Novak Djokovic Not sure about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020

Novak Djokovic’s big statement about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020, said … | Serbian TennisStar Novak Djokovic Not sure about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020

Serbia’s star tennis player Novak defeated Italy’s Mateo Berettini to win his sixth Wimbledon and 20th Grand Slam. Now, after this, he is facing the challenge of the Olympic Games and he has made a big statement about it.

Novak Djokovic's big statement about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020, said ...

Novak Djokovic

London: Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, who has been performing well since the beginning of the year, has continued his winning streak to clinch the Wimbledon title. After winning the Australian Open, the French Open and now Wimbledon, Novak has dominated the tennis world this year. He now faces the challenge of the US Open and the Tokyo Olympic 2020. Meanwhile, when asked about the US Open being an Olympic sport, it was clear from his answers that he had not yet reached any decision. (Serbian TennisStar Novak Djokovic Not sure about playing in Tokyo Olympics 2020)

Novak, 34, is currently the number one tennis player in the world. So will he play in the Tokyo Olympics? Everyone is curious about this. When asked about it, Novak said, “I haven’t thought about it yet. I want to play in the Olympic Games. But since I am still thinking about it, no decision has been made. ” It is also reported that Novak’s desire to compete in the tournament has diminished due to the coroner’s restrictions on spectator entry at the Tokyo Olympics.

Sixth Wimbledon victory

The final match of the Wimbledon tournament was between Novak and Matteo Berrettini of Italy. In the first set of the match, Mateyo took the lead with a 6-7 victory. But then Novak made a strong comeback and won the next three sets 6-4, 6-4 and 6-3. The colorful match started at 3.24 hours. With Novak’s victory, Mateyo’s dream of winning his first Grand Slam and the country’s first Wimbledon title remained unfulfilled. With this victory, Novak won the 6th Wimbledon of his career. Notably, as this is his 20th Grand Slam, he has also equaled the record of Roger Fedrar and Rafeal Nadal winning the most 20 Grand Slams.

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