Like I said earlier, he had to wait until clay season, and that too when Djoker was under serious emotional stress. After all, *******s regularly cite his parents' divorce as significantly affecting his game; shouldn't the passing of a loved one consequently affect Djoker's game as well?
Of course divorce is worse than death. Well, it may be the other way around. The problem is that Djoker doesn't have a PR team devoted to making up excuses for all of his losses like Nadal does. He should look into that.
Last edited by NadalDramaQueen : 10-07-2012 at 10:32 AM.