Novak Djokovic shares thoughts on his Paris Masters success

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Novak Djokovic shares thoughts on his Paris Masters success

Novak Djokovic reveals he always arrives to the Paris Masters with a good feeling as he is hoping to make another great run at Bercy. Throughout his career, 35-year-old Djokovic has enjoyed lots of success at the Paris Masters In 2009, Djokovic defeated Gael Monfils in the Paris final to lift his first title at Bercy.

Since then, Djokovic has won five more Paris titles. This year, Djokovic is aiming to win his third consecutive Paris title. “I feel great in this tournament. As you mentioned, [I've had] lots of success. [It] always helps to come into the tournament confident and with some good memories, good emotions on the court.

[The] past few times that I played here, I won both tournaments. Hopefully I can continue that run. I think at this level it's important to have a good feeling on the court and just good memory of coming to a place where you have done well, because tennis is a game of fine margins that decide who is going to take a win in the match.

Oftentimes, how you feel mentally, whether you are fighting with your own demons inside in a good or bad way affects the end result. Here I always felt good," Djokovic said, per the Atp website.

Djokovic on his indoor success

After missing the entire North American hard court swing, Djokovic returned to action at the Laver Cup.

Djokovic returned to action in quite a style, winning back-to-back titles at the Tel Aviv Open and Astana Open. Now, Djokovic is hoping to win extend his winning streak and also make it all the way in Paris. “I played Laver Cup, Tel Aviv, and Astana, and I played great, great tennis.

Generally looking at my past career results indoors, I have had a really good record indoors generally, playing anywhere. I'll make sure to keep going in this way, because I feel good. I have been training the past few days, is another few days to my first match.

I think coming back to a place where you have done so well, it always brings back good memories and good feelings on the court," Djokovic added. Djokovic is the sixth-seeded player in the Paris main draw. After a first-round bye, Djokovic plays the winner of the match between Diego Schwartzman and Maxime Cressy.

Novak Djokovic