Novak Djokovic gives an update about his shoulder in Paris Bercy 2019

The Serbian Novak Djokovic gives an update about the injury He suffered last months.

Novak Djokovic suffered with an injury in his shoulder in the last couple of weeks,

which forced him to withdraw from the US Open match against Stan Wawrinka.

Djokovic begins his way to fight for the top ranking against Rafael Nadal in Paris Bercy,

with the tough competition, Djokovic will be forced not to make any errors to keep his chances alive.

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Moreover, Novak Djokovic talked about his injury and mentioned that He does not feel the pain anymore,

“Actually I really play well indoors, so I’m looking forward to playing in Paris.”

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“I have played finals here last year. I like the conditions. Physically I’m feeling well.”

“I haven’t had any left shoulder pain or any major concerns physically in the last three, four weeks basically. So my preparation has been going well.”

“And I’m just hoping I can kick off this tournament in the best possible way,” Djokovic said

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Before Paris Bercy, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal played a charity match in Kazakhstan,

Djokovic admitted He enjoyed it a lot, ad spent some time with Rafael Nadal as well.

“Well, I enjoyed it, to be honest. It was great, and a lot of fun. besides that very intense and competitive,

“as you can imagine, obviously, but in a very respectful way,” Djokovic added.

“Obviously we are rivals but that doesn’t prevent us from being respectful and treating each other in the right way and our teams as well.

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at the end of his interview, Djokovic mentioned that He had a good relationship with Rafa,

and even what happened during their rivalry they always had respect to each other.

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