Djokovic is a robot? Serb and his nanotech patch stuck in the chest

Novak Djokovic (Marca)

Novak Djokovic is 36 years old and still playing at the highest level. He is currently at Roland Garros where a strange object was noticed on his body. During his 2nd round match against Marton Fucsovics, he was seen with a patch stuck to his chest. After the meeting, he was asked about it.

Novak Djokovic is 36 years old and still playing at the highest level. He is even mentioned as one of the two favorites to win the currently ongoing Roland Garros Grand Slam. His triumph in this event is all the more possible that the tournament was missing the king of the tournament and Djokovic’s greatest rival, Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard is battling a hip injury sustained during a match at the Australian Open in January.

Although the Serb is getting old and knows that sooner or later he will be forced to put down the racket, at the moment he is in great shape. He owes this to a whole staff of people who look after him both physically and mentally. They are looking for newer and newer solutions that will allow Djokovic to extend his career. One of them is a patch that was spotted on the Serb’s chest, which has sparked speculation that the tennis player is turning into a robot. What is this device? Djokovic revealed this during an interview.

“When I was a kid, I liked Iron Man, so I try to emulate him. My team uses nanotechnology to help me perform at my best on the court. This is the big secret of my career, otherwise I wouldn’t be here,” said the Serb.

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