Novak Djokovic is in the crisis of results as he unexpectedly fell on the masters in Indian Wells and Miami, and on that occasion was also the former coach of his great rival, Roger Federer.
Pol Anakone reflected on the recent failure of the first tennis player of Roberto Bautista Agutti, as well as the general picture that the public has on the Serbian.
"I do not know … It's interesting to speak to a press conference, with so much confidence after the Australian opening." I do not know what he did to prepare for the tournament, however, when we talk about Agut, he simply knows how to play against him, he's really cool with him and he's a great tennis player – said Anakone.
Djokovic has taken only two of the 10 break breaks in the match with the Spanish, which makes Roger's coach believe that a Serbian has lost faith in himself as well as time, which is a very important factor.
So many things happen off the ground, have been completely absent and angry several times. In addition, the concentration was much weaker than before. Basically you see Novak at the best level, which is a very common case. He fights for each point and constantly increases the level of the game, only this time was not in question – said Anakone.
Novak now takes a break from everything and looks forward to the masters at Monte Carlo who won in 2013 and 2015, in a place where this time will have the epithet of the first bearer.
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