Novak Djokovic is a professional tennis player from serbia, he is presently rated as the No. 2 singles player in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Djokovic finished the year in the top position seven times, a record, and he held it for 389 weeks spanning a record 12 different years.
After losing a heartbreaking final against Carlos Alcaraz on Sunday night, Novak Djokovic broke down in tears as he looked up at his wife and kid watching from the Wimbledon stands. When the on-court reporter asked Novak if he had any words for his box during the post-match address, he lost his cool, revealing the human side of an athlete frequently accused of being robotic.
Djokovic paused in his up to that point regularly spaced statement praising Alcaraz to say, “Nice to see my son still up there, smiling,” As the crowd applauded the poignant moment, he began to cry. I cherish you. I appreciate your support. We may all show each other love by giving each other a warm embrace. As he left, Djokovic remarked, “Thank you.
When the on-court reporter asked Novak if he had any words for his box during the post-match address, he lost his cool, revealing the human side of an athlete frequently accused of being robotic.
On Sunday night, Djokovic won the first set 6-1, and it appeared like he would win a record-tying eighth Wimbledon crown to tie Roger Federer. Alcaraz rallied to win the second set 7-6 before taking the third 6-1. Before the Spaniard won, Djokovic fought to push the match into an epic fifth set. It was a final, over five hours long. a match for the situation. In the past 20 years, Carlos Alcaraz is the first Wimbledon champion who isn’t called Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, or Andy Murray.
Carlos and I have been having difficulties, but I believed it was only on the clay and hard courts. He changed so well. Even though you never like to lose games like these, you have to be appreciative when the dust has cleared. Carlos deserves my congratulations. After being confronted on Centre Court, Djokovic remarked, “I lost to a better player today.
Before Alcaraz, a player 16 years his junior, won the match, the 36-year-old had not lost at Wimbledon since 2017 and had not lost on Centre Court in more than 10 years.
Despite a lackluster first set, Alcaraz didn’t give up; in fact, the 20-year-old seemed to get inspired by it and came back strong. It was an exciting match.