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Djokovic has set his goals for next year

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Novak Djokovic announced his goals for next season at the press conference for winning the ATP Finals.

Novak Djokovic is happy about his victory ATP finals. Nole answered journalists’ questions in the press conference he gave immediately after the final and one of them discussed his goals for next season and what his motivation will be.

Nole replied with a smile. “I can win the 4 Grand Slams and the Olympic gold medal” and then said: “I always set myself the highest goals and the greatest ambitions. Nothing will change next year. The motivation is still there. My body obeys me. I have a great team around me. The motivation, especially at the big tournaments, is still there.” Still inspires me to keep going.

People may only see us playing in the big tournaments, but they don’t see the dedication we have to show every day to give our best when it’s needed most. For me, that happens at the Grand Slams, the ATP Finals and the Olympics. The mindset remains the same. I will keep going, I don’t know if I will have such a good season, but I will keep going with a fresh mind and that motivation.”

He was then asked about the Olympics and whether they were his goal: “It is definitely one of the biggest goals next to the Grand Slams. It will be a very tight schedule from the slow to the faster surfaces and vice versa. Clay, grass, then clay again and then hard. That will be the case.” “A very demanding part of the season. We need to talk to my team to see how we can prepare so I can play my best tennis when I want.”

Source: sport 24

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“Djokovic almost always plays better than you” – Rublev

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Russian Andrei Rublev noted that Serb Novak Djokovic, even at 36 years old, remains number one in the ATP rankings because he predicts the actions of his opponents.

Rublev finished in fifth place in the rankings at the end of the 2023 season.

– Firstly, he serves very cool: to any point, to any place – very accurately. If the court is also fast, then it is almost impossible to do anything at the reception. Moreover, if he misses the first ball, then his second (serve) is also strong and powerful. Secondly, he moves incredibly, very quickly. Thirdly, concentration and psychology. It seems that you are playing on equal terms with him, everything is 50/50, but at some point his switch switches, and he starts playing at your speed and not making mistakes.

This often happens to me when the ball is convenient, you can score, but Novak still guesses and somehow deceives me. These are details, but they are all about Djokovic. In moments when there is more pressure on both players, Novak almost always plays better than you. He skillfully uses this, predicts your steps. You can hold your serve perfectly, reach a tiebreaker, where with the score 5:5, he will read your serve and accept it so that you can’t do anything,” Rublev is quoted as saying by “Championship.”

Djokovic previously won the ATP Finals.

Source: Sportbox

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Andrey Rublev told what skill he would borrow from Novak Djokovic

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Russian tennis player Andrei Rublev said that he would like to have the same backhand as the world number one Serbian Novak Djokovic.

Rublev ranks fifth in the world rankings. The tennis players played six matches against each other, and Djokovic won five of them.

– If I had the opportunity to take anything from Novak, I would take the backhand. It works great for him,” the Championship quotes Rublev as saying.

Djokovic holds the record for most Grand Slam titles won among men. The 36-year-old Serb has 24 trophies to his name.

Source: Sportbox

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Former PSG and France player becomes professional padel tennis player

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Former football player of French “Paris Saint-Germain” and English “Newcastle” Hatem Ben Arfa He became a professional padel tennis player.

Padel tennis is very similar to regular tennis but played on indoor courts. Rackets are also different – in padel tennis they are slightly smaller than in classical sport.

Currently, Hatem Ben Arfa has won more than 70 tournaments and is among the top 1,500 padel tennis players in the world (42 thousand in total).

If we talk about his football career, everything is not so rosy. The 36-year-old midfielder has been a free agent for over a year; His last club was Lille. Hatem played 428 matches at club level, scoring 75 goals and 64 assists, and also played 15 times with the French national team.

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