Novak Djokovic: Dreaming of a Record Recovery for Wimbledon After Injury Setback

Novak Djokovic: Dreaming of a Record Recovery for Wimbledon After Injury Setback

“The only thing impossible is that which is not attempted” reads a motivating phrase, which the Serbian tennis player has probably taken as its header Novak Djokovic (3rd), who recently withdrew due to injury from Roland Garros, underwent meniscus surgery and He dreams of a record recovery to appear at Wimbledon.

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After failing to revalidate the trophy on French clay, the legendary Balkan, 37 years old and owner of 98 titles, who gave up the top of the ranking and is starring in an unusual season, showed himself good mood through social networks by publishing a video about his first training after surgeryexercising in the gym to strengthen the affected area and maintain the hopes intact to participate for the 19th time on the London grass.

In this way, one of the members of the historic Big 3, who has already won the British Grand Slam seven times, totaling 92 wins and 11 losses, clings to the last flame of hope, ignited by the American Taylor’s antecedent. Fritz (13th), who suffered exactly the same problem in Major French in 2021, when it accelerated the deadlines and assisted in the All England.

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It should be remembered that Djokovic defend 1,200 points on the immaculate English grass, where he failed in the definition against the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz (2nd) in 2023, being vital to retain at least the third rank in the ranking, since the German Alexander Zverev (4th) and the Russian Daniil Medvedev (5th).

2024-06-14 17:15:00
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