Djokovic reveals his secret to beat Nadal and Federer

Novak Djokovic has been one of the few players to question the dominance of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal in men's tennis. In fact, the Serbian tennis player has a favorable balance in his confrontations with both tennis players (27-23 with the Swiss and 29-26 with the Balearic).

Speaking to Sportklub, Djokovic revealed what is one of his secrets to have the measure taken for their two great rivals on the circuit. “When I am in a Grand Slam tournament I watch the games at night. Most of the time I watch the games of my two great rivals, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal. We follow each other, it is normal and expected. I also see recasts on Youtube. I like to skip certain parts to look at what really interests me. Those key moments are the moments when you learn most things. “

“I only share my experience”

Novak Djokovic, number one in world tennis, says that when he talks about topics that intrigue the public, like food and others, he just wants to share his experiences and not impose opinions and positions on other people.

“I always try to present things in a way that ensures me, I don't say 'you have to eat that, drink that, think that way.' I only share my experience and point of view, and if people can see something useful about it, that's fine, “says the Serbian tennis player in a podcast, quoted by the press in Belgrade on Tuesday.

In that sense, Djokovic, 33, stresses that he does not like that some media take their statements out of context “as if they did it on purpose.”

“Someone is going to say: why do you go where your place is not? I do it because I feel I have to. If someone feels offended, I apologize publicly”, says Djokovic on the podcast, although he says he also receives many positive reactions.

Djokovic's diet or his doubts about the possibility of being vaccinated against the coronavirus They have caused a stir in the international press.

The Serbian points out that As an outstanding athlete, he is “in a privileged position to be able to say something and that it has its echo.”

His intention is to spread and share with his followers on social networks the values ​​he advocates, among them, in addition to sports, also physical and mental health, and education, especially for children.

Djokovic organizes from this weekend a charity tennis tournament for humanitarian organizations.

The “Adria Tour” will start in Belgrade this Saturday, will go to Croatia (Zadar, days 20 and 21), and is expected to continue later in Montenegro (days 27 and 28), and conclude in Bosnia-Herzegovina (Banja Luka, on July 3 and 4, and Sarajevo, on July 5).

World tennis stars like the Austrian have announced their participation Dominic Thiem (world number 3), German Alexander Zverev (7), Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (19) or Croatian Borna Coric (33).