LOL he literally just said he's been connected more to machines than anything or anyone else in the world .. but it's not serious
Isn't that part of the process of managing the pain and working towards a solution?
His team are erring on the side of caution here, which is to be expected given that he's not 25 anymore
None of this sounds unreasonable to me - the only thing is he tends to exaggerate his reactions on court, but that's just him as a person:
“I feel great in terms of mobility and movement on my leg, which is great news,” declared Djokovic in his post match press conference after a sparkling 6-2 6-1 6-2 win over Alex de Minaur.
“We take it day by day. We do a lot of things. It’s been honestly exhausting to be involved in a lot of treatments and machines, but it is necessary in order to get myself in a condition to play. I’m really glad my body is responding.
“Tonight, I didn’t feel any pain. I moved as well as I have the whole tournament, so we are moving in the right direction.
“Some days I feel good, some not so good. As I said on the court, I don’t want to celebrate too early, but what I felt tonight is fantastic.
“A certain movement was affected, change of directions. Maybe people watching me play don’t get to see that, but as a player on the court I can feel that.
“You have to deal with a certain amount of pain, but the concern was the next quick change of direction of movements.”