It seems that Novak Djokovic has already made a decision after several weeks of rest. The world number one would have in mind to return to the slopes for the remainder of the season, according to Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo, a trusted source from Novak’s native country.
Everything indicates that his return could take place in two places: the Masters 1000 in Paris-Bercy, which he did not play last year as he closed the world number one in Vienna, and the Nitto ATP Finals 2021 to be held in Turin.
Several victories in the Parisian capital and the Italian city would ensure him number one at the end of the season, and that could be one of Novak’s motivations to return this 2021, in addition to not cooling down for an excessive period of time.
In the air, in addition, could be his participation in the Davis Cup. Will Djokovic confirm everything soon?
Murray opens up on Djokovic
Recently, Novak Djokovic was praised by Andy Murray. According to the three-time Major winner, the Serb knows how to go about things during matches.
For him to be able to maintain his focus and execute the right shots at the right time is what separates him from the rest of the players on Tour. As years have gone by, Djokovic has surpassed rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal when it comes to decision-making.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist said, “I mean I’d probably say, Novak. As I would say in important situations for the most part I would say he would’ve made the right decision more often than most players I would say right now.
I’d say Medvedev’s right up there”. The 34-year-old added, “I think he’s a very smart player and stuff. I think, you know, a lot that comes with confidence and also how you’re feeling about your game and your shots.
I think if you’re not feeling your shots that well, you are not sure how the ball is going to come out of your racquet sometimes, that’s when there’s a little bit of indecision in that split-second decision you sort of maybe change your mind or whatever and that’s when mistakes can come”.
Five-time champion Novak Djokovic is on the entry list for the 2021 Paris Masters, which is scheduled to begin on 1 November. Djokovic, who skipped the ongoing Indian Wells Masters, is slated to lead the field in Paris as the top seed.
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