The World Number 1 Novak Djokovic is full of mixed emotions before the Tennis comeback.
Tennis will be back after the long stop due to the Coronavirus, and since Dubai and Acapulco,
Cincinnati will be the first tournament to start in the tour, and The US Open will take place after it as well,
Novak Djokovic confirms his participation in the US Open, and brought an emotional speech before the tournament starts.
“With the trees and serenity, being in this kind of environment is a blessing,”
“And I’m grateful because I’ve seen the hotel where the majority of players are staying.”
“I don’t want to sound arrogant or anything like that, and I know the U.S.T.A. “
“did their best in order to provide accommodation and organize everything
and organize these bubbles so the players can actually compete and come here,”
“but it’s tough for most of the players, not being able to open their window and being in a hotel in a small room.”Novak Djokovic says emotional words ahead of the US Open 2020 Embed from Getty Images
Novak Djokovic responds to the critics He had about the Adria Tour.
“We tried to do something with the right intentions,”
“Yes, there were some steps that could have been done differently, of course, but am I going to be then forever blamed for doing a mistake?”
“I mean, OK, if this is the way, fine, I’ll accept it, because that’s the only thing I can do. Whether it’s fair or not, you tell me,”
“but I know that the intentions were right and correct, and if I had the chance to do the Adria Tour again, I would do it again.”
“I think this is a huge transformational phase for all of us on this planet, and I think maybe even the last wake-up call,” Novak said.Novak Djokovic says emotional words ahead of the US Open 2020 Embed from Getty Images
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Novak Djokovic said his coronavirus symptoms were mild, lasting four to five days.
Novak said he had no fever but did have fatigue and some loss of smell and taste
and sensed some loss of stamina when he initially returned to practice.