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“Not So Much Pressure”: Coach Vajda Satisfied With Novak Djokovic’s Performance at ATP Finals 2020

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Coach Vajda and Novak Djokovic

World number one Novak Djokovic is now rallying for his sixth crown at the ATP Finals 2020. A comfortable victory against Diego Schwartzman has fixed Serb top of his group, Tokoyo 1970. However, Marian Vajda, the coach of Novak Djokovic, is happy with his pupil’s performance at the O2 Arena.

Nole finished this season as a number one in the world, And also he equalled his childhood idol, Pete Sampras’s record of six-times year-end number one. 

Speaking about Djokovic’s play against debutant Diego Schwartzman at the recent interview, Coach Vajda said, “First of all, I am very pleased that Novak finished in number one this season. That is why we are in a better position in London. There is not so much pressure in this tournament. Novak will have to create pressure to stay focused.” 

Coach Vajda and Novak Djokovic

Former professional tennis player from Slovak also explained he was satisfied with Djokovic’s first match performance at the O2 Arena. Coach added, “He(Novak) was concentrated and well balanced.” The 55-years-old also emphasised his student concluded the match in a significant way and with a cool game.

“Novak Finds Motivation In Our Process In Training”: Coach Vajda 

Slovak coach comes to explain how easy it is to train the number one player in the world. Novak’s trainer continued, “We are lucky that Novak finds motivation in our process in training. He is always committed – the formula is the same, but we try to be creative.” 

Novak Djokovic

Coach also stated his pupil always trains well and physically fit in the right way.  He eventually highlighted, “Djokovic is mentally relaxed, but on the other hand, always present. On the field, which is what we want the most.”

17 times Grand Slam champion will now face Russian Daniil Medvedev in the second round-robin match at the ATP Finals 2020.

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