Ivanisevic: "After Australia, Novak Djokovic's win becomes heroic"



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Ivanisevic: "After Australia, Novak Djokovic's win becomes heroic"

Novak Djokovic is once again on top of the world. The Serbian champion reacts after a difficult year and returns to win a Grand Slam tournament, about twelve months ago since his last success in Wimbledon. A deserved victory and with Nole legitimizing the success for the whole tournament, managing to suffer but beating each opponent quite clearly.

It was Jannik Sinner probably the most complicated test for the Serbian tennis player who found himself having to come back from two sets below and reacting by winning the fifth and decisive set. A decisive role in Nole's victories is undoubtedly that of Goran Ivanisevic.

After the farewell of Marian Vajda, Goran is the only coach of the new number 7 in the world (strange, but true) and Nole has beaten everything and everyone in this terrible 2022. On hardcourt he was unable to participate in either the Australian Open or the American tour, due to the lack of vaccine, while on clay Novak won Rome but collapsed at Roland Garros, against his long-time rival Rafa Nadal.

Goran Ivanisevic's words on Djokovic's triumph

Ivanisevic made interesting statements about Nole's victory and the well-known Serbian journalist Sasà Ozmo reported his words as follows: "It is really very exciting all of this.

This 2022 was a shit year, it took time to recover some time after Australia, then came the defeat against Nadal at Roland Garros. Here for me he was the favorite but you always have to win. Now he has 21 Grand Slams and he deserves all of this.

Now for Vajda it's easier, before he shared all the pressure with me, now 100% is on my shoulders. Kyrgios? He is a genius, you can't prepare matches against him, and he has the best service in the world. After what Nole has been through in Australia, I think few would have returned to play, he is truly heroic."

Ivanisevic won this trophy on the pitch and continues to be successful off the pitch as the coach of a champion of the caliber of Novak Djokovic.