Shocking news from Novak Djokovic’s father. Is the Serbian getting ready for sports retirement?

Novak Djokovic; zdjęcie: Billy Oppenheimer: Twitter

Novak Djokovic’s performances are stunning. The Serb, although he lost in the final of Wimbledon to Carlos Alcaraz, won the Australian Open and Roland Garros, and his physical condition indicates that he has yet to play and play. The father of the tennis player is of a different opinion. Srdjan Djokovic made a shocking statement about Djokovic’s career and retirement.

Novak Djokovic’s father, Srdjan Djokovic, who is very popular for his controversial statements and actions, recently made a shocking statement about Novak Djokovic’s career and retirement. It may not appeal to fans of the Serbian tennis player. It turns out that Serb’s father has different views on his son’s career than tennis fans.

We’ve heard a lot recently about Novak Djokovic’s retirement after Roger Federer retired from the sport and Djokovic’s biggest rival, Rafael Nadal, announced he would retire at the end of the 2024 season. However, at the moment, such a statement regarding the Serb’s retirement has never been made by the interested person, his team or coach. However, Serb’s father shed some light on the matter. According to some media sources, his family, especially father and mother, Srdjan and Diana, are worried about Novak’s health and have said that there could be many complications in the future if he continues to play tennis professionally, as was the case with Scot Andy Murray.

Not that it’s over, but in a year and a half. This is my wish as a father, that is, I thought he should have stopped working at this terribly difficult job a long time ago. It’s not a sport. It is terribly hard work in every way, both physically and mentally. Because he still has very little life, because he’s been fully dedicated to this job for 30 years, and he doesn’t give it up, Djokovic’s father said.

Do you think a Serb can actually retire in 1.5 years?

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