Yesterday, the statements of Pablo Carreño They brought a lot of tail since the Spanish assured what many fans think, that Novak Djokovic He “exaggerates” when it comes to having discomfort when he is losing in order to decentralize his rivals. Is the Spanish tennis player right or is this really not so?
This debate is split between those who no longer believe Djokovic’s annoyance and between those who believe that he really has these problems and that he has to deal with them in the best possible way. That is why we have thought to launch a ‘Face to face’ on our Youtube channel to discuss if the Serbian really exaggerates these injuries or if this is not the case.
This same year, in the Australian final, Novak asked for a Medical Time Out (MTO) when he was losing to Thiem and after returning from the dressing room, he ended up turning the game around. The Serbian was criticized for this and even more when he recognized afterwards that he really did not have any physical problems but that he felt fatigue and that he was not feeling well and that they thought it could be dehydration. Already here on our website, we publish that the Serbian did not breach any rule regarding that MTO.
Yes there are fans (and even players) who recriminate him that he may always accuse him of having problems when he loses. His followers are always there to defend him to the death against those attacks received and today, they will have in the figure of Carlos Molins their defender against ‘No’. For his part, Carlos Coll will try to argue why he believes that Djokovic exaggerates these annoyances and will give his vision of why he supports the ‘Yes’.
We would love to hear your opinion on this debate and whose side you are on. Are you more of the ‘Yes’ or the’ No? Who do you think has been able to win this debate? Hit Play on the video and tell us what you think about this whole thing.