2016 Rio Olympics

Rio Olympics 2016: Tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic plans to take Rio Olympics 2016 title from Andy Murray after Rogers Cup win

Novak Djokovic in Rio Olympics 2016 after Wimbledon 2016 loss
With much anticipation to Novak Djokovic’s plans after Wimbledon 2016, he speaks about targeting Rio Olympics 2016 as his next win after Rogers Cup.

With much anticipation for world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in Rio Olympics 2016, he finally broke his silence and announced his aim for the Olympic tennis event as well as other major tennis tournaments.

Novak Djokovic seemed to be confident after his unexpected defeat in Wimbledon 2016. Defeated by Sam Querrey, the Serb shared how he got too distracted with obligations as a family man and as an athlete. Though he admitted his personal life did not bother him that much, Novak Djokovic’s disappointing performance baffled fans. He was definitely not focused.

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Hence, Querrey confidently took this as an advantage to crush him with 7-6, 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 in the third round.

First Post mentioned that Novak Djokovic has a busy personal life. Amid the stress to win more in world tennis, this didn’t bother him that much.

He also added that the defeat in Wimbledon did not pressure him. In fact, this became part of his learning process on losses and on wins. The assumption on seeing a different Djokovic will be made true during the Rogers Cup finals.

In addition to Djokovic’s learning, he did not make this a measure of his successful career he worked hard in the past 15 months.

He implied that what everyone witnessed in Wimbledon 2016 became his alarm to wake up and possess the aura of invincibility again. Club Call cited that he felt more relaxed and excited to return on court in Rogers Cup in Canada and in Rio Olympics 2016.

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On Wednesday, Novak Djokovic will face against Canadian Philip Bester in Rogers Cup. Will he able to play better during Rio Olympics 2016 in Brazil next week?

Photo courtesy: Instagram.com/@djokernole

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