Boris Becker believes that Federer popularity bothers Novak Djokovic
After the default from the US Open after hitting the line judge, the personality of Novak Djokovic became on the line.
many players and fans did not like what novak had done, and commented against him on Social Media.
For that, Novak Djokovic former coach and friend Boris Becker believes that Djokovic is stressed for being on the lights.
“Like everyone, some of Novak’s biggest strengths can be weaknesses,”
“He is an emotional player with a streetfighter mentality, it is this kind of fire which has helped him win 17 Grand Slam titles”
“Novak is playing in the era of tennis legend Roger Federer and is a bit of a gate-crasher.”
“In other words, I think it does bother him that he is not as generally popular as He is.” Becker said.“Novak Djokovic is bothered not being as popular as Federer” says Becker Embed from Getty Images
Boris Becker reveals Djokovic sadness from Roger Federer’s popularity
In an interview with Daily Mail. The German legend opened up about many fact about the Serbian player.
“I like Novak very much. He is a humble guy, and is always thinking of people worse off than himself.”
“Moreover, He is highly intelligent and fiercely loyal to friends and family. If you are one of them, he is the kind of guy you could get help from”
“Novak is playing in the era of two tennis gods in Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer and is a bit of a gate-crasher.”
“Therefore, I think it does bother him that he is not as generally popular as they are [The Fedal].Embed from Getty Images
Moreover, Boris Becker advises Djokovic to go home and to prepare for Roland Garros
After all, The former germand player sent some advises to his former player and friend Djokovic about the future.
“What I would advise him to do for now is get back to basics. He has acknowledged his mistake”
“and it is important that he moves on, if he can, straight away, because there is little time before the French Open.
“He should go home, talk to his wife Jelena who knows him best of all and talk to Vajda,” “
“get back to the practice court and focus purely on his tennis.”
“Above all, Roland Garros is always more of a challenge for him, but if he does that then anyone would be stupid to write him off.” Boris closed the interview.