The number 1 player in the world, Novak Djokovic has just revealed the unfair treatment of the Professional Tennis Association (ATP) in recent years.
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic recently confirmed that he has been unfairly treated by ATP during the past time. Djokovic has criticized ATP in the latest tension between the association and the organization he just founded PTPA with.
The Serbian player spoke up when he was treated unfairly by the ATP
Previously, Djokovic and his colleague Vasek Pospisil were forced to leave the ATP Players’ Council in August after voluntarily founding the PTPA. Djokovic and Pospisil then reappeared on the list of candidates to be elected to the new board of the ATP. However, the number 1 player in the world has revealed that ATP is doing everything, even creating new rules to ban his return to the association.
Losing to Medvedev, Djokovic explained the reason
The number 1 player in the world has shared after losing to Medvedev in the second round of ATP Finals, after only 2 sets with the same score of 3-6. “To be honest, I didn’t feel good in this game, especially at the end of set 1 and at the beginning of set 2. I lost my rank, my form and my stamina in this match,” said Nole. Difficulty regaining the pace of play And against a great opponent like Medvedev, that is enough to make you lose the game.
I shouldn’t have allowed those mistakes to happen against a top player in the world like Daniil. He played a lot better than me. Good serve, great moves, less misses. I didn’t play well, but he won it all.
For the 6th time winning No. 1 ATP, Djokovic is congratulated by Murray
Not long ago, Novak Djokovic received the trophy for the player to hold the number 1 ATP rankings in 2020. Nole also officially balanced the record of 6 “peaks” of legendary Pete Sampras (from 1993 to 1998, Djokovic ascended the throne in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2020).
Murray praised Djokovic’s 6-time ATP conquest
In an online exchange on Twitter, Andy Murray also congratulated his opponent for this great victory: “It is an incredible achievement but extremely worthy of Djokovic, who has always maintained a high level from Year after year. I wouldn’t be surprised if he did it again”.
“Boxing boss” reveals childhood friendship with Chelsea coach
Recently, famous boxing boss Eddie Hearn has invited Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard as a guest for his radio program No Passion No Point. Also in the program, Eddie Hearn revealed that the two had known each other since childhood, both from Essex (London) and attending the same Brentwood School.
“Nice to see you becoming a famous footballer, which no one expected when we were in school. I still remember that day he was taken to the football field every afternoon by his father,” Eddie Hearn said.