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Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match – Australian Open 2021

Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match - Australian Open 2021
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Novak Djokovic advances to the Semi-Finals of the Australian Open 2021

Novak Djokovic defeats Alexander Zverev in 4 sets in an epic match with a score of 6-7(6) 6-2 6-4 7-6(6) to book his place in the S-Finals of the Australian Open 2021.

and here is the amazing interview of Novak Djokovic after defeating Zverev:

“Down to the very last shot, it was anybody’s match. A lot of nerves and pressure out there. Emotionally I feel drained,”

“It really was a rollercoaster of a match. It was a great battle. We pushed each other to the limit. If he had won this match, it wouldn’t have been underserved.

“After the first set I started moving better, playing better, I served extremely well. I think I had slightly more aces than him, which is a miracle for me against a big server like Sascha.”  

check, Nick Kyrgios makes fun of Novak Djokovic’s victory celebration

Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match - Australian Open 2021
Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match – Australian Open 2021

Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match – Australian Open 2021

Novak Djokovic talks about the S-Finals of the Australian Open 2021

The World Number 1 Novak Djokovic revealed his point of view about facing the world No.114 Karatsev.  

“I hadn’t seen him play at all before the Australian Open; of course I’ve seen him during the Australian Open.  

“Very strong guy moves well. Just has a lot of firepower from the back of the court. Great backhand, obviously from the Russian school of tennis, always great there. He serves well.   

“He’s in really good form, he’s motivated and obviously has nothing to lose. I’m looking forward to it,” Djokovic said.

it was anybody’s match. A lot of nerves and pressure out there. Emotionally I feel drained.

Novak Djokovic said

Novak Djokovic amazing interview after Zverev match – Australian Open 2021