"It did kick in end of fourth, beginning of the fifth when I actually started to move and I could actually start to rally with him from back of the
“It did kick in end of fourth, beginning of the fifth when I actually started to move and I could actually start to rally with him from back of the court. Until that moment, it was only serve for me and kind of hoping and praying that I’m gonna get an easy ball after my serve so I could just go for it.
“That’s what I’ve done. I honestly don’t know how I won this match. I’m very proud, at the same time sad and worried, because it’s definitely something serious happening with my injury.
“Yeah, I don’t have much time to recover for the next match. Definitely not training tomorrow.
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“I’m coming here to evaluate further more with doctor and medical team, and do some ultrasound and understand what’s really going on so that the doctor and medical team can prescribe best possible treatment and the only possible treatment that I could even have the slightest chance to go out in less than 48 hours.”
Djokovic added: “I really don’t know, my friend [if I will play Raonic]. Right now I’m – well, I know it’s a tear, definitely, of the muscle. So I don’t know if I’ll manage to recover from that in less than two days. I don’t know.
“I don’t know. I don’t know if I’m gonna step out onto the court or not.I am just very proud of this achievement tonight. Let’s see what happens tomorrow.”