Novak Djokovic’s statement about “injury” after reaching the quarterfinals of Australia Open, raged on Haters
Novak Djokovic has entered the men’s singles quarterfinals of the Australia Open tennis tournament being played in Australia. Meanwhile, he said any question on whether he is battling a hamstring injury at the Australian Open will give him extra strength and motivation.
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic has reached the men’s singles quarterfinal match of Australia Open Tennis Tournament. Prior to this match, Djokovic was suffering from a left leg muscle strain. After battling this, he looked pain free in the match on 23 January. Novak Djokovic has been fiercely targeted for this injury.
After the match, Novak Djokovic lashed out at those who attacked him. Speaking to the media after his fourth-round win over De Minaur, 21-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic hit out at those who doubted his injury. He said that I stop doubting those people. If they doubt my injury then let them do it.
He said that questions are raised only when I am injured. While he is said to be injured when he is injured along with many other players. My injury is easily labeled as fake. I don’t think I need to prove anything to anyone. Please inform that in the year 2022, Djokovic had a stomach problem. This year he is troubled by the problem of hamstring. However, Djokovic defeated De Minaur in the Australia Open match.
Regarding the injury he said I had MRI, ultrasound and everything else both two years back and now. When the time comes, I will publish those medical reports in my documentary or post on social media, time will tell. He again said that what people think about him does not matter to him. He said that even in such an environment, he finds more strength for himself. It is from such opponents that one gets extra strength and inspiration.
Now the next match will be on January 25
Let us tell you that on January 23, Djokovic made it to the men’s singles quarter-finals of the Australia Open Tennis Tournament. He won the fourth round match 6-2 6-1 6-2. Djokovic has won nine of his 21 Grand Slam titles at the Australian Open. Djokovic will face fifth seed Andre Rublev in the quarter-finals on Wednesday, against whom the Serbian has won all six Grand Slam quarter-finals. On the same day, two American players Ben Shelton and Tommy Paul will also be face to face. In Tuesday’s men’s quarter-finals, third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas will face unseeded Jiri Lecheka, while 18th seed Karen Khachanov will take on 29th seed Sebastian Korda.