Friend & former coach of Novak Djokovic said the world No. 1 is going through a tough time in his career

The US Open ordinarily denotes the finish of the grand slam season. However, the pandemic changed that and having another major practically around the corner could be actually what Novak Djokovic needs to defeat the absolute bottom of his profession. That is the idea of his companion and previous coach Radek Stepanek. Stepanek isn’t limiting a turnaround in the place that is known for popular sentiment eventually with regards to Djokovic, either, in spite of his rough most recent couple of months.

He has made a formal announcements on vaccines, examined the impacts of feelings on water, sorted out the Adria Tour exhibition series in the Balkans that turned out badly and, most as of late, left the US Open in disgrace. Djokovic was defaulted on Sunday when he hit a ball that coincidentally struck a line judge in the throat. It all happened in the wake of Djokovic missing three set points in the first against Pablo Carreno Busta, harming his left shoulder in a fall and afterward getting broken to trail 5-6 out of a distraught 10-minute spell.