Novak Djokovic won the Belgrade Championship on Wednesday, and a week later, he lost to Daniel Evans in Monte Carlo, surprisingly.
The only downside is that the World War II fell 5 to 2, ranking first in the world.
After the game, he said at an online press conference: “I played well, moved well, and my game became very good. It made me feel good.”
When asked about his poor performance in Monte Carlo, his first defeat of the season and the performance of his great rival Rafael Nadal, “Noel expressed no concern, especially about the’Rafa’ on the clay. Express concern”.
He commented: “One or two games will not change the situation”, regarding the Spanish dominance on the stone.
“We may have made people think that we can play perfect tennis for the rest of our lives, but that is impossible,” said the world’s number one Australian Open champion at the start of the season. ‘year.
He said: “We had a bad week. Our opponents performed well and won. It’s that simple.”
Nonetheless, Novak Djokovic concluded that he would prefer to lose clay court at the beginning of the season if he has the option, so that he can “improve his game” based on other games in the season.
Djokovic will face Serbian Miomir Komanovic in the quarterfinals of the Serbian Open on Friday.