Djokovic Deems Australian Open Loss to Sinner “One of My Worst”

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Novak Djokovic suffered a significant setback, labeling his defeat by Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals as “one of my worst” performances at a Grand Slam.


In a surprising turn of events, Novak Djokovic, the reigning champion and 24-time Grand Slam winner, suffered a rare defeat at the hands of Italian player Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals of the Australian Open.

Djokovic, who had not lost in Melbourne since 2018 and was on a 33-match winning streak, expressed his dismay at what he deemed one of the worst Grand Slam displays in his illustrious career.

The Serbian tennis maestro, at 36 years old, faced a tough challenge from the Italian fourth seed, who outplayed him in every aspect of the game.

Djokovic struggled throughout the match, making 54 unforced errors and failing to create a single break point. Despite winning three of the four major tournaments last year, Djokovic’s performance at Melbourne Park fell far below the standards he set for himself.

After the defeat, Djokovic credited Sinner for his exceptional performance, acknowledging that his opponent did everything better.

Djokovic expressed shock at his own level of play, describing it as one of the worst Grand Slam matches he has ever played.

Despite the setback, Djokovic remains determined and resilient. He will retain his position as the men’s world number one, and he emphasized that this loss does not mark the beginning of the end of his career.

Djokovic plans to maintain his high hopes for the rest of the season, including other Grand Slam events, the Olympics, and various tournaments.

Acknowledging his disappointment in the current Australian Open, Djokovic remains optimistic about the future, highlighting that it’s just the beginning of the season.

He pointed out that this tournament did not meet his usual standards, but he firmly rejected the notion that it signifies a decline in his performance or the end of his dominance in the tennis world.

Djokovic’s determination to bounce back and pursue success in upcoming competitions remains unwavering.



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