Novak Djokovic said he is ready to top at French Open


Novak Djokovic, World No.1 player said he believes he is ready to be top form for the French Open and he can prove that at the Italian Open which started on Wednesday.

The Serbian Djokovic said he can able to perform better than what he did in his previous tournament like the Monte Carlo Masters, where he lost to Casper Ruud in the semifinals.

Novak Djokovic said he is ready to top at French Open
Novak Djokovic said he is ready to top at French Open

Novak will turns on 37 years on May 22, it has just before the French Open gets underway on May 26.

Novak said at a press conference in Rome,

“I am concentrating on Paris, Wimbledon Open and the Olympics events. He explained why he decided to skip the Madrid events, citing strategic reasons.”

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“It has not a part of my schedule and my plan was to come here. That is basically it was.”

“I am travelling on a good route to peak at Roland Garros in Paris Open. I Hope i can do better and it is always to go far, but let’s see.”

“It is a different thing now and the first time that Rome and Madrid are almost two-week events, like Miami and Indian Wells.”

“These think gives you more time to recover between these matches if you keep going in the tournament, which I think it is useful for me more.”

Djokovic has continues to overhaul his team and he has rehired his former long-serving physio Miljan Amanovic for this this season. Novak and Amanovic both worked from the year 2007 to 2017 and again from 2018 to 2022.

“I am a proponent of having a good quality team and having more people who are experts in their field with understand psychology as well. They must know how to emotionally approach you while you need help or when you need more space.”

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