Adriano Panatta: "Novak Djokovic is really unpleasant"

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Adriano Panatta: "Novak Djokovic is really unpleasant"
Adriano Panatta: "Novak Djokovic is really unpleasant" (Provided by Financial World)

Novak Djokovic reached the final of the ATP event in Belgrade, in which he will meet today the Russia Andrey Rublev, The Serbian Champion has experienced several difficulties in recent months. The decision not to carry out the vaccine for Covid-19, combined with some unusual and problematic behaviors, have brought Nole into the crosshairs of critics and have seen him as a protagonist more outside than inside the court Djokovic this year has missed several tournaments such as the Australian Open and the American tournaments (Indian Wells and Miami) and currently the tennis player is back on the court this week to play the tournament in his hometown, Belgrade, In Serbia.

After a difficult start, Novak partially recovered his physical condition and above all he played and won two comeback battles against fellow countrymen Djere and Kecmanovic. Nole is now in the final where he will face Russian tennis player Rublev, ad we told above.

During the show: Un Giorno da Pecora, broadcast on Italian Radio Rai Uno, the legend of Italian tennis Adriano Panatta talked about many issues, in particular commenting on his thoughts on the Big Three.

Adriano Panatta: "Novak Djokovic is unpleasant, I don't like it"

Here are his words: "Novak Djokovic? I have nothing personal against him, but he is really unpleasant.

In the last two years he hasn't got one right, I am referring in particular to his statements." Completely different words instead for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal: "Roger is and will always be tennis. Nadal? I enjoy watching his matches and above all I admire him from a human point of view." The former Italian champion, winner of Roland Garros in 1976, continued: "I don't like today's tennis, I would say that it bores me.

I only follow him for Italian tennis players, let's say for patriotism." And speaking of Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner, Panatta has no favorites:" Who is stronger? Both are very strong and modern athletes, I must say that they are very different from each other." Currently both Sinner and Berrettini are stopped: the first is at rest after recent physical problems and is working in view of the next tournaments while Berrettini has recently received information and is stopped due to injury.

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