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Novak Djokovic Reflects on Slow Start to Season Ahead of Rome!

Novak Djokovic recently opened up about his tennis form leading up to the 2024 Italian Open, acknowledging that he has yet to hit his stride and is hopeful to do so before Roland Garros.

With only three tennis events under his belt this year, Djokovic hasn’t showcased his best game. His standout performance was at the Australian Open, where he felt at ease in familiar territory, having won the tournament a remarkable ten times. However, his momentum was halted by Jannik Sinner’s commanding display, leading to an early exit.

The Indian Wells Open proved to be a disappointing outing for Djokovic, and although the Monte-Carlo Masters showed slight improvement, he admitted that he’s still searching for his peak form.

Despite the lackluster results, Djokovic remains unfazed, emphasizing that these events weren’t his primary focus. While falling short at the Australian Open wasn’t part of his plan, it served as a reality check. Nonetheless, Djokovic demonstrated his elite status in late 2023.

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Looking ahead, Djokovic recognizes the need to elevate his game, especially with rising talents like Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz posing formidable challenges. He has set his sights on the upcoming summer tournaments, including both majors and the Olympics, as his top priorities.

“My focus is on the summer stretch. I aim to reach the peak of my tennis during this period. Hopefully, I can rediscover my top form this week, but my ultimate goal is to arrive at Roland Garros fully prepared to contend for the title,” Djokovic stated.

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