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Djokovic says his elbow is not in ‘ideal shape’ for the upcoming French Open

Djokovic says his elbow is not in ‘ideal shape’ for the upcoming French Open

Novak Djokovic says he’s still floundering with an elbow problem ahead of this week’s Srpska Open. as the Serbia player passes to revive medications for the French Open after an early elimination at the Monte Carlo Masters. Djokovic lost in the third round to Lorenzo Musetti in Monte Carlo last week and the 22-time Grand Slam champion’s serve was broken eight times by the Italian.” My elbow is not in perfect condition, but it’s good enough to be ready for the first game,” Djokovic told journalists.

“One of the great effects of tennis is that every week you have new openings to express yourself, challenge yourself, and take a step forward. I’ve started a new

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chapter. Of course, I was not satisfied with the result in Monte Carlo. But since I landed I feel welcome in Banja Luka, full of positive energy and positive feelings. “

Djokovic will meet 18 years old, Luca Van Assche in Banja Luka, Bosnia, Herzegovina on Wednesday after the Frenchman beat three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka 6- 1, 7- 6(4), 6- 4

“I do not know a lot about the French youth,” Djokovic added.

“I thought Wawrinka would win the match. I watched the match (Van Assche) but not for long, he is a real fighter, presto, hard to beat. nothing should be undervalued. Van Assche, who’s the overall. The world No. 87 said it was an honor to play against Djokovic. “Novak is a true champion. Not only in tennis but in general sport.” “It’s going to be an inconceivable match. I know I’ve to do everything to win. “

The French Open, the alternate Grand Slam of the season, starts on May 28th.

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