Yes, and this is the main reason why he has still improved and may be about to dominate like 2015 again. Becker was very honest in admitting that Djokovic has still improved after he was gone and gave Ivanisevic credit for it.Djokovic has one of the best serves on the tour, if not THE Best... Period..
Djokovic has one of the best serves on the tour, if not THE Best... Period..
yeah so i meant Djokovic has complete dominance over the tour now, with no one left to stop him by taking a few slams here and there. Only nadal is left to cling on to his RG titles as his body continues to fade.Okay. Novak took 20 slams from the tour in the same span. I don’t know what do you mean by dominance. Degree of dominance is only reducing though.
They will play the same game with Tommy Paul and Sissypas as well. It's hilarious. Short of getting hit by a car (which would need to be traveling pretty fast at that), nothing can stop the inevitable Djokovic conclusion here and that has been abundantly clear all along. Why he felt the need to play the fake injury game is beyond me.
If Karen is in the final the mockery is complete.Paul is more or less the same type of player as DeMinaur and Rublev, just with weaker results...
Tsitsipas is a different type. Max involved in every point... until he freezes (hope he can maintain his presence all along in the final - please, please don't lose to Karen!)
yeah so i meant Djokovic has complete dominance over the tour now, with no one left to stop him by taking a few slams here and there. Only nadal is left to cling on to his RG titles as his body continues to fade.
He understands the importance of improving the serve as he gets older, the same way Federer did.
It was madness I tell you!The Olympics match was one of the strangest I ever saw. Djokovic was absolutely steamrolling, even more than today. I thought he was quite easily was on his way to the Golden Slam, and then after 6-1 and 3-1 it was completely the other way around until the end of the match.