Serbian tennis superstar Novak Djokovic He revealed that he was really struggling to handle the exit of the 2010 French Open and then cried in the locker room. World No. 1 Djokovic faced Jurgen Melzer in the 2010 French Open quarterfinals, but suffered an unexpected defeat.
Djokovic controlled the match, with Melzer defeating the Serbs in five sets and setting up two before the French Open was in the semi-finals. “(Vajda) and (Miljan Amanovic) made me cry, and I am very grateful for it.
It was an important moment. The story in the sports world is that the coach must be someone to cheer you up, showing you that you must be strong when you feel weak. For me, the best coaches are the coaches who are there for you as friends and humans, the coaches who cry on your shoulders, and the people who understand you and spill your guts when you need them. Djokovic spoke of a podcast with Chelvin Jaffarier during his appearance, as Sasa Osmo revealed.
Djokovic won his first French Open title in 2016
After years of trying to win the French Open, Djokovic won his first and only title at Roland Garros in 2016 after defeating Andy Murray in the final. Djokovic has completed his career Grand Slam and is now the 18th Grand Slam Champion.
Last month, Djokovic won Russia’s Daniil Medvedev a straight-set defeat and won his ninth title at the Australian Open. After Djokovic won the Australian Open, his coach Goran Ivanisevic acknowledged that Rafael Nadal was hoping to win more titles at the French Open.
“Honestly, Rafa will win another, and perhaps two, at the French Open,” Ivanisevic said.
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