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Offbeat OJ of Tokyo - Tennis (H) / Djokovic: "I hope from gold ..."

22:15  19 july  2021
22:15  19 july  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

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In remarks reported by the Reuters press agency, the Serbian Novak Djokovic, number one worldwide , expressed his ambitions for Tokyo's Summer 2020 Summer Games in Japan (July 23 - August 8th) and revealed what convinced him to finally travel.

Novak Djokovic, great favorite to the medal in single gentlemen at Tokyo's summer Olympic Games in Japan (July 23 - August 8)? This is the most likely hypothesis, for different reasons. The first of them is the fact that the Serbian, the world's number one, will be able to take advantage of the absence of the other two members of the Big Three, namely Spanish Rafael Nadal and Switzerland Roger Federer. both have already known, in the past, the joys of a coronation in Olympics. Indeed, Federer was sacred in double in Beijing, while Nadal was sacred in single in Beijing but also double in Rio de Janeiro. Djokovic is also the big favorite in the final victory, because it is currently extremely fit, with so, especially the first three tournaments of the Grand Slam of the year in pocket, namely the Open d'Australia, Roland-Garros and all Recently, Wimbledon.

Djokovic: I've Met Blanka Vlašić Recently and She Told Me That in The Future People Won't Remember The Conditions Or Whether There Were People in The Stands, goal who has won medals. Representing Your Country at the Olympics is a Feeling Like No Other. # Tokyo2020

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"Vlasic's words have marked me ...» Still only until the last moment, the world number one has indeed hesitation to come, and this for a particular reason. In fact, most recently, the organization of the prestigious event had decided that these Olympics would take place in camera, because of the coronavirus pandemic. Despite this, Novak Djokovic will be well at the rendezvous and he entrusted the name of the person who had changed it, in remarks reported by the Reuters news agency, namely a certain Blanka Vlasic, silver medalist at the 2008 jumping jumping: "I fell on it a few days ago and she said that people will only remember who won the medals, not conditions or if there is had fans or not. His words marked me and I am delighted to have decided to participate in the Olympics. I go with the full confidence and motivated to represent Serbia in the best possible way. I aspire to a medal in Tokyo, I hope from gold, before thinking about the US Open. »

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