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Novak Djokovic branded really beatable by Serena Williams old coach after Wimbledon agony

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Novak Djokovic branded really beatable by Serena Williams old coach after Wimbledon agony

Novak Djokovic branded beatable by Serena Williams’s old coach after Wimbledon’s agony

Novak Djokovic: A Tennis Icon Under Pressure, But Still Beatable, Says Serena Williams’ Old Coach

Novak Djokovic, a tennis icon with an impressive record, faced a surprising defeat at the hands of Carlos Alcaraz in Wimbledon, costing him the chance to equal two significant records – Roger Federer’s eight Wimbledon titles and Margaret Court’s 24 Grand Slam crowns. This defeat has led Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams’ old coach, to express his belief that Djokovic is now “really beatable” due to the immense pressure he carries as a tennis legend.

Speaking on his Instagram account, Mouratoglou pointed out that the weight of history and the burden of being the ultimate favorite in every match can be overwhelming for Djokovic. This pressure might make him vulnerable to defeat in crucial moments. While Alcaraz’s victory was impressive, Mouratoglou emphasizes that Djokovic and Alcaraz are closely matched in terms of skill level, and Djokovic can play even better. However, the former world No. 1 needs to play more freely and not let the pressure dictate his game.

Novak Djokovic branded beatable by Serena Williams’s old coach after Wimbledon’s agony

The coach also credits Alcaraz’s “freedom” during the match, as he fearlessly went for his shots in crucial moments, which Djokovic seemed hesitant to do. Both players were tense, given the magnitude of a Grand Slam final, and it was evident in the key moments of the match.

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Djokovic, now focused on the upcoming US Open, will have to find a way to bounce back from this setback. Alcaraz’s sensational win has made him the talk of the tennis world, and Djokovic will undoubtedly be fueled by the prospect of revenge. As he prepares to make his first appearance at Flushing Meadows in two years, all eyes will be on Djokovic to see how he responds to the pressure and if he can reclaim his dominant form on the tennis court.

In conclusion, while Djokovic may be under immense pressure as a tennis icon, his recent defeat has shown that he is still beatable. However, with his exceptional skill and determination, Djokovic remains a formidable opponent, and it will be intriguing to see how he performs in the upcoming US Open.

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