Novak Djokovic: At Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic Sends a Message Impossible to Ignore. World No 1 Novak Djokovic won the sixth championship in Wimbledon to gain the fourth position on the record for most of the men’s singles titles in the All England Club in front of Bjorn Borg and the rival Laurie Doherty.

In the 2021 Wimbledon Gentlemen singles final, Novak Djokovic faced Matteo Berrettini. Djokovic was competing in his 30th grand slam final. Matteo Berrettini is playing in the first final of his career, and if the Serb wins, it would be his 20th, tying him with Federer and Nadal.

It was his sixth Wimbledon victory. Novak Djokovic hasn’t dropped a set since playing jack draper, the British, in the first round.

These players are human, and they’re playing in some of the most important matches of their life, including Djokovic in this case since it’s such a historic match for him.

“The capacity to deal with pressure,” Djokovic replied.

“The more games you play, the more experience you get,” he added. “The more experience you have, the more you trust. The more confident you are, the more you win. Everything is linked.”

How you manage pressure at these times is critical, so I believe you have to admit that this past has been a horrible place for players in Matteo Berrettini’s shoes, and the issue is whether how different was it this time around.

“I didn’t play my best, but that’s because he forced me to,” Berrettini explained.

I believe it’s been a wrong place because the last time a young player came into their first major final and defeated a member of the top three was probably back in 2009. When Juan Martin del Potro was 20 years old and beat Roger Federer in that final, there aren’t many instances other than that.

They were a duopoly, and for a good cause, they were the main subject in men’s tennis. Djokovic was gazing in from the outside, but he also received knowledge and inspiration from the outside.

“They are, I believe, the reason I am where I am today,” he remarked on Sunday after defeating Matteo Berrettini in the Wimbledon men’s singles final, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3. “They have assisted me in recognizing what I need to do to grow and become stronger mentally, physically, and strategically. When I originally entered into the top 10, I lost most of the crucial matches I played against these two players for three or four years, but something changed towards the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. 

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