Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is relentless in his pursuit of greatness. But, the secretive nature of Novak’s drink mixture attracts scrutiny

Novak Djokovic is a man who has done everything in his quest for greatness.

The Serb is always looking for that extra edge to increase his chances of winning on the tennis court.

However, his latest efforts have been criticized.

A video uploaded to social media shows Djokovic’s physical therapist Ulises Badio preparing a drink for the crowd during Saturday’s semi-final win over Stefanos Tipas at the Paris Masters.

Badio is then surrounded by two men while he prepares the drink. He then hands it to a girl to pass on to Djokovic.

Two Twitter journalists described the incident as “amazingly dodgy and bizarre”

Jelena Djokovic, Djokovic’s wife, has launched a fierce defense of the 21-time grand champion on social media.

Jelena Djokovic replied, “I don’t see anything dodgy.” I see people trying not to reveal their business in a world that allows everyone to point a camera at them whenever they like.

“Trying to be private is a sign of weakness.”

“Sit down a little in silence”

One Twitter user suggested that Djokovic hire an agency to avoid backlash. This idea was rejected by the wife of the tennis star.

Jelena said, “He will speak when he is ready,” “The whole nonsense of making people talk about something they don’t want to because OTHERS are impatient is ridiculous.

“Sit down for a while in silence. You need to be more mindful. You might not find everything controversial. It could also be private. Is this allowed?

Holger Rune, an unseeded teenager from Denmark, defeated Djokovic 3-6 6-3 7-5 during the Paris Masters final.

Djokovic is not the only one to be intrigued by a drink bottle.

Djokovic was seen taking a drink from a bottle during his win at Wimbledon earlier this year. World No. 8 laughed it off and said that it was a magic potion. 8 laughed it off, saying it was a magic potion.

He said, “It’s going out as one the supplement, let’s say, lines I’m doing now with drink, and a few others.”

“You’ll give it a try and I’ll let you know how it feels.” You could win Wimbledon.

Australian Open participation

It is unclear whether Djokovic will be able to compete at the Australian Open in January, as he is not yet vaccinated against Covid-19.

After being deported earlier in the year, he is now prohibited from entering the country again until 2025.

Craig Tiley, the Tennis Australia boss, said last month that he wouldn’t try to persuade the Australian government to let Djokovic compete in the tournament.

Tiley stated to reporters that Novak and the federal government must resolve the situation at this point. Then, we’ll follow any instructions.”

“It’s not something we can lobby on. It is a matter that will remain between them and depending on the outcome of that, we would welcome him at the Australian Open.

“(Djokovic), stated that he would love to return to Australia but knows it will be a final decision for the federal government.

He has accepted this position. Although it’s private between them, we would like Novak to return – he is a nine-time champion. We just need to make sure he meets the entry requirements for Australia.

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