Australian Open Director “Djokovic tore 3 cm hamstring muscle”
Novak Djokovic (35, Serbia), who won the Australian Open this year, was plagued by suspicions of a ‘fake injury’. During the tournament, he wore a pressure bandage on his left thigh and played the game, which raised suspicion that he, who is good at psychological warfare, used it to distract his opponent.
In response, after the round of 16, Djokovic said, “There is nothing to prove that the injury is real to those who doubt it.” has been abbreviated.
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Craig Tyley, the Australian Open tournament director and president of the Australian Tennis Association, opened his mouth.
He revealed that Djokovic played the game with a 3 cm muscle tear in his left hamstring.
“He gets a bad rap, but in the end, I don’t think anyone can question his athleticism,” Tyler said. I saw it myself, and he had a 3cm tear in his hamstring,” he said in an interview with Australian media ‘SEN Sportsday’ on the 1st.
He said, “Doctors… “I will tell you the truth,” he said. It’s hard to believe that someone with that kind of injury could perform like that. But Djokovic is an amazing player.” 온라인바카라
On the 29th of last month, Djokovic defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas (24, Greece) 3-0 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne Park, Australia, and lifted the trophy for the 10th and 22nd Grand Slam championship in his career. With this, Djokovic balanced the number of major tournament wins with Rafael Nadal (36, Spain).