Novak Djokovic was disqualified from this year’s US Open due to hitting a line judge by a spare ball. After that, several tennis analysts opined that the unintended incident definitely would affect his on-court performance. But, he made a comeback at the recently concluded Italian Open and won his fifth Rome Masters title for the same.
Serb will now play at the French Open 2020, which the main draw will begin on Sunday. The top-seeded Djokovic will open his fixture with Swedish Mikael Ymer, who is ranked 80th globally.
Speaking about the expressing emotions in the press conference ahead of French Open 2020, Nole said, “I’ll be more careful when I hit the ball on the field. It will always be on my mind after New York.”
Additionally, he went on to say, “Of course, I’ll make sure I don’t make that mistake again. But what happened happened. I had to accept it and move on. It was a shock for me and many others. But it’s a sport. It’s a life.“
“I Didn’t Feel Any Discomfort or Difficulty Expressing Emotions”- Djokovic
While mistakes are an inevitable thing in human life, but lessons can correct it. Serbian explained that he also has a small number of negative feedbacks because he is a person as well.
World number one Novak continued, “I don’t think it will negatively affect how I feel in the field. I won the Rome tournament last week, and I didn’t feel any discomfort or difficulty expressing emotions. Of course, I will try to have as few negative reactions as possible. But I am a human being. I have flaws like everyone else. Reactions are there because I still care. ”