Here's what Novak Djokovic will do after Wimbledon



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Here's what Novak Djokovic will do after Wimbledon

By beating Jannik Sinner in five sets, Novak Djokovic clawed his 84th win at Wimbledon. The Serbian phenomenon has equaled Jimmy Connors in this special ranking, behind eight-time champion Roger Federer (standing at 105). The 35-year-old from Belgrade is unbeaten in 26 consecutive games in London, having won the last three editions.

Nole's last defeat at the Championships dates back to 2017 against Tomas Berdych. 2022 has not given Djokovic any particular joys up to now, also thanks to his choice not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus. In addition to not being able to defend the title at the Australian Open, the former world number 1 also suffered serious damage to his image.

Novak will lose further positions in the standings, as Wimbledon does not award points this year. As things currently stand, Djokovic could not participate in either the American Masters 1000 or the US Open. The US government has relaxed health measures, but requires mandatory vaccination for all foreign visitors.

Here's what Novak Djokovic will do after Wimbledon

In a press conference, the 20-time Grand Slam champion admitted that he doesn't know what he will do in the coming months. Nole explained: "I have no idea what I will do after Wimbledon, the situation is constantly changing.

I'm not thinking much about it, since it's not up to me. I try to focus only on Wimbledon now, then we will see what happens." The Serbian reacted very well after losing the first two sets against Sinner: "I always believed I could come back, I knew the experience would be useful.

I had no injuries, it was just about reversing the inertia of the match. I think the start of the third set was crucial, I broke his serve quite early and started playing better." Nole will challenge Cameron Norrie in the semifinals: "We met only once in the ATP Finals, obviously in different conditions.

I know what to expect in terms of the crowd support. I've trained there a couple of times, I know his game well. I will prepare myself in the best possible way."