Novak Djokovic: “What my rivals think that I won despite being ill? Ask them!”

The Serb responded to a particular question asked by a journalist, regarding what the Serb thinks it meant for the rest of his rivals that he was able to win such an important tournament despite being ill
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Novak Djokovic, despite the difficulties faced this week, played an impeccable final and won the 40th ATP Masters 1000 of his career in Paris-Bercy. The Serbian never struggled on serve and, in the end, the zero opportunities he had in response weighed heavily on Grigor Dimitrov’s mind.

After an overall balanced first set, the Bulgarian was no longer able to consistently make an impact on serve and gave up the serve twice. For Djokovic it is the 97th title of his career, the sixth of the season. A success that will give him further confidence ahead of the ATP Finals in Turin.

In the post-match press conference, Djokovic responded to a particular question asked by a journalist, regarding what the Serb thinks it meant for the rest of his rivals that he was able to win such an important tournament despite being ill (he suffered stomach problems, perhaps a virus).
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Novak Djokovic: “What do my rivals think that I won despite being ill? Ask them!”
“You have to ask them. I don’t know. I just try to do my best, as everybody else. On a given day you have to encounter different things. People expect you to always be at your best, to be always reaching the finals, I mean in my case.

I’m glad that that’s the case that people kind of see me as one of the main favorites in every single tournament,” he said. “But at the same time we are also human beings that have to deal with different things off the court, whether it’s health-wise, emotions, or whatever is happening in your private life.

I tried to do my very best this week and I think I have done under the circumstances. In every match actually, my level was not to the level that I normally would play in the biggest tournaments. it’s one of those weeks where you just have to accept the circumstances and fight to survive another day,” explained the Serb at the press conference.

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