Novak Djokovic will retire in 2 years, says Ivanisevic’s former coach

Armenulic: “He will judge for himself when he sees that he lacks 10 or 15 cm”

Former Goran Ivanisevic’s tennis coach and tennis player Radmilo Armenulic recently stated that Novak Djokovic is going to play maximum two more years in the ATP Tour.“It’s hard to end a career, I know,” Radmilo told Informer.rs.

“I hope he will feel for himself when he should end his career. Nadal is sure to finish because he has a problem with his hips, Federer is already retired, so only Novak remains from the three. He must be thinking now that he should finish, but I think he will play for another year or two.

He will judge for himself when he sees that he lacks 10 or 15 centimetres to reach the ball, that he no longer has the necessary shot moment… He will decide for himself and say, ‘I’ve played enough, I don’t want to be chased around the field by kids and lose matches that I would normally win’ and make decisions,” Armenulic continued.Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic gets prepared for the US Open in Cincinnati, where he’s already in the semifinals.

As Rick Macci admitted, Djokovic looks like the favorite for winning in Flushing Meadows.”@DjokerNole is the favorite at the US OPEN.His inner goat core took a shot across the net from Carlito at Wimby. But when the best of all time with 94 singles titles and 23 grand slams in his back pocket gets knocked down, even more Serbian goat determination will be found,” Macci wrote on X.

@DjokerNole is the favorite at the U.S OPEN.His inner goat core took a shot across the net from Carlito at Wimby.

But when the best of all time with 94 singles titles and 23 grand slams in his back pocket gets knocked Down even more Serbian goat determination will be Found. — Rick Macci (@RickMacci) August 16, 2023

Alcaraz struggled against each opponent in Cincinnati, losing sets to Jordan Thompson, Tommy Paul, and Max Purcell.

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