It's Strong Rule and his team of negativity on every single match thread that were doing that.See this is why people handing Djokovic the title were jumping the gun. That was really poor honestly. I don't know what else to say. He was outclassing Sinner and then he crumbled out of nowhere. No way should he have lost that set.
He’s got 20 slams (plus everything else he’s won). If he doesn’t win anything more he still has one of the best careers in tennis history. And he’s still good enough to be a contender at every slam for next few years. But his days of dominance are over and if he really cared about the slam race he should have made different choices. But it’s his life, not mine.