I interpret this to mean: Don’t let the v**** get inside you.
It’s his way of saying “f the haters” and is in really poor taste just like everything else he has done/said since the outbreak started.Are you people now hating him for the sake of hating him? The quote is deep. And that's exactly the kind of thought process Novak needs for *himself* at present, this can rebuild his broken spirits, I see nothing wrong.
Let the guy be, criticise him for his carelessness but don't drag him for every single step!
I thought “I’m sorry, I was wrong” was working just fine.
I suppose you'd prefer he gets despondent, depressed, then jumps off a bridge?
We each have our own paths to enlightenment.Djoker meditates at temples near Wimbledon... while
Murray plays video games.
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Or, as we might say in the UK: "Don't let the b******s grind you down!"
No, Novak means he's supposedly not allowing the huge tidal wave of loathing, scorn and contempt washing over him the past 2 weeks to get him down. The entire world (except for about 20 fanboyz in Serbia) are roasting him daily on social media and he's trying to make people think he doesn't give a damn. Which is a massive lie considering his obsession with being popular.I interpret this to mean: Don’t let the v**** get inside you.
Did Bono come up with that?
Long predated Bono.
… And you can dream
So dream out loud
You know that your time is coming 'round
So don't let the bastards grind you down…