Novak Djokovic Going for Gold

World ex number one player, Novak Djokovic, says he intends to compete at Paris 2024 as he offers to add Olympic gold to his 20 Huge titles. Djokovic won bronze in Beijing in 2008 yet has not asserted a decoration since, losing in the semi-last at Tokyo 2020 to possible champ Alexander Zverev, prior to passing up a major opportunity to Pablo Carreno Busta for bronze.

“An Olympic award, particularly gold, is consistently a major wish,” Djokovic, who will be 36 at the hour of the Paris Games, told Radio TV of Serbia. “I rewound my coordinate with Zverev in Tokyo commonly, attempting to sort out what turned out badly,” he said. “I played sublimely up to that point, yet I believed I was barely getting by, both mentally and physically.”


Djokovic couldn’t contend at the Australian Open, where his adversary Rafael Nadal won a record 21st men’s major, since he isn’t inoculated against Coronavirus and as of late let the BBC know that passing up additional Hammers was “a cost worth paying”. Be that as it may, an Italian government official has affirmed he can contend at the 2022 Italian Open, which begins on 2 May. “To come and play in Rome he can get it done,” Valentina Vezzali, Italy’s bureau undersecretary for sport, said.


“Tennis is an open-air sport and the more tight green pass isn’t needed. Maybe Djokovic will in all likelihood not be permitted in a hotel or restaurant, yet to play he can play.

Diego Soliz

My name is Diego and I really enjoy playing sports. My favorite sport is soccer but I also like to play Tennis and Volleyball. I am 15 years old and am about to turn 16. I like spending time with my family and friends every now and then, but I also like to have some alone time.

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