Novak looks dialed in. He really wants this. Never seen him as intense before in a QF match.
Not bieng funny but was he not dialled in at USO 2020 and FO 2020?
Thing is his behaviour is being talked about more than the match. On every level it was a stupid thing to do. Nadal now knows one tactic is to frustrate him.Not a fan of this behaviour, mostly because it's rude to the opponent and it gives the sport a bad face. But the real problem is the umpires, who are so inconsistent.
And seriously guys: "He is just being himself"... Isn't Kyrgios "just being himself" as well?
"Being himself" should not elevate him above the rules (yes, yes, I know the umpire didn't warn him, but he obviously should have)
They are passionate but not sure how many actually understand tennis or are more patriotic guys and girls who got into tennis in 2011 as obviously Djokovic has done much for his country.The strangest for me is Novak's fans are proud of this behaviour.
Yeah I would. And also depending on my values of sporting behavior, I might judge him to be honest. Sport is like that and I know tennis players, coaches, etc seem to mostly share similar values about on court behavior. I know a lot of coaches and none of them would want their juniors doing that.I mean if you were Nadal and you saw that would you now be more pumped up? I would be for sure.
Aren't you learning from Beckerserve's champion's mindset. We are so fortunate to have his objective insights.I can't believe people are still talking about this like it's the worst thing they've ever seen.I think a lot of you never watched any other sports but tennis and golf.
Its a tennis match not a drunken hooligans display in England Premier League. Is Novak's psychiatrist on the break again lol?I can't believe people are still talking about this like it's the worst thing they've ever seen.I think a lot of you never watched any other sports but tennis and golf.