Novak Djokovic proves to be a well-rounded, multifaceted athlete, capable of engaging in all different disciplines with the aim of discovering new sensations, such as practicing capoeira. While waiting to know his future for the season on concrete, the surface on which he began to train, the Serbian champion has published a video on social media in which, among other things, he practices the famous Brazilian martial art of ancient origins, the first documents on the matter date back to 1624.
In an unexpected but decidedly funny way comes the response to the post by Nick Kyrgios, Djokovic’s opponent in the Wimbledon final. “If you’re telling me that this is what it takes to win a Grand Slam, then I’m in trouble,” commented the Australian, with whom the Serbian champion cheerfully said he had a bromance at the end of the match.
Kyrgios: “I feel like a Top-10”
Nick Kyrgios’s adventure at Wimbledon 2022 could be summed up with a saying but the other way around: “Bad luck in luck.” Precisely in the year in which the Australian took the right path, winning a Grand Slam in doubles and reaching the final in singles, the Championships were held but without assigning points to the participants, which damaged, among others, Kyrgios.
same, which under normal conditions today would be in the Top-20. The 27-year-old from Canberra, in fact, is currently number 60 in the world, which means that there is a high probability that he will play the US Open as unseeded.
Kyrgios himself expressed himself on the possibility, regardless of what happens, he once again proves to be extremely sure of his technical background: “My rivals know perfectly well that, whether it is seeded or not, it all depends on me.
when we confront each other. If I am confident and can play well, they really don’t have much to do. Now I will be 60 in the world, but I always feel like a Top-10.”