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Djokovic unsure at Wimbledon stint despite practicing in England

by Noe
Novak Djokovic's Wimbledon stint uncertain

Novak Djokovic remained unsure about his upcoming Wimbledon stint despite practicing at the All-England Club on Monday.

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DJOKOVIC UNSURE AT WIMBLEDON STINT DESPITE TRAVELLING TO ENGLAND

Serbia’s Djokovic was still unsure at his Wimbledon stint this year despite traveling to England on Monday to practice at the All-England Club.

The world No.2 is coming off minor knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus early this month.

Furthermore, Djokovic clarified that will only play if he believes he can contend for the title.

“I didn’t come here to play a few rounds. If I know I can play close to my maximum or at maximum, then I’ll play,” the Serbian said.

“If not, then I’ll give somebody else a chance to play,” he added.

NOVAK LIKELY TO PLAY IN PARIS OLYMPICS, SAYS SERBIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE

Furthermore, the 37-year-old Djokovic is likely to play in the Paris Olympics for his home country, said the Serbian Olympic Committee.

The Serbian committee announced that Djokovic did confirm his participation in Paris.

It would be Djokovic’s fifth Olympic stint if he shows up swinging with his racquet in Paris.

The Olympic tennis men’s singles competition will be held at Roland Garros, the site of the French Open, starting on July 27.

Djokovic hopes to add a medal to his and his country’s trophy collection after he took the bronze in Beijing in 2008.

EMMA RADUCANU REKINDLES ‘LOVE FOR TENNIS’ AHEAD OF WIMBLEDON

Meanwhile, Emma Raducanu said she has “rekindled” her “love for tennis” as she gears up for Wimbledon.

The 21-year-old felt has passion for tennis has “been missing” for “the last few years.

Raducanu skipped the French Open to focus her preparation for the grass season.

She reached the semifinals of the Nottingham Open before losing to eventual winner Katie Boulter.

“It’s a nice feeling for me because it hasn’t always been the case,” Raducano told BBC TV.

“I’m very happy to have rekindled the love for tennis and just enjoying the challenges that come with it and not getting so down about it,” she added.

Raducanu spoke in April about feeling “mentally and emotionally exhausted” after winning the US Open in 2021.

However, things have changed after Nottingham, she recalled.

“I would say right before Nottingham it happened. I really feel like I’m in a lot better spirits on and off the court,” Raducanu said.

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