Novak Djokovic injury 'worse than Rafael Nadal's' but Serb 'pretends' problem is bad

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Novak Djokovic injury 'worse than Rafael Nadal's' but Serb 'pretends' problem is bad

"A lot of players like to have a little pain here and there, because it takes pressure off them."Now, we're talking about champions, and champions

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“A lot of players like to have a little pain here and there, because it takes pressure off them.

“Now, we’re talking about champions, and champions never escape pressure. Champions accept pressure, embrace pressure and learn to deal with the pressure.

“Sometimes during the matches, Novak plays a bit with the mind of the opponent when he’s in trouble, he’s done it a lot of times in the past.

“When he’s down, sometimes he pretends he’s giving up, he’s not really there, and then suddenly, boom, he plays again.



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