Toni Nadal says he can’t forget about the ‘betrayal’ mentioned by Novak Djokovic

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic decided to visit Sarajevo before heading to Visoko to see the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. Djokovic paid many visits to the Bosnian pyramids last year.

The founder of the pyramids, Semir Osmanagic, asserts that pyramids have miraculous healing properties.

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Novak Djokovic. Source:

The European Association of Archaeologists has consistently attacked Osmanagic’s work, claiming that the Bosnian pyramid theory is not founded on legitimate science. Djokovic went to Visoko to find serenity after the Adria Tour fiasco last year.

After losing to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final, Djokovic was unable to win the 21st Grand Slam and complete a Calendar Slam. Djokovic stated after the final that the tennis transition is taking place right in front of our eyes.

According to reports on Tennis World USA, Djokovic said, “I think it has already started in some way, with Dominic Thiem winning here last year. Daniil, I don’t know if he’s No. 1 now or if he’ll be No. 1 soon. Look, that’s normal. The transition was inevitable.

“The older guys are still holding on. We are still trying to shed light on the tennis world as much as we can. I speak in my own name. I still want to move on, try to win more slams, play for my country. Those are the things that motivate me the most, I think right now.

“But the new generation, if you want to call them that, is nobody new. It is already in force, established. Of course, they will take over. I think tennis is in good hands because they are all good boys and very, very good quality tennis players. They have something to offer on and off the court.”

Toni Nadal thinks about Novak Djokovic

Toni Nadal, Rafael Nadal’s former coach, wrote on what went wrong for Novak Djokovic in the finals in a recent post for El Pais.

Daniil Medvedev served excellently during the US Open 2021 finals, proving that his plan failed utterly.

“We could argue that the initial break made a dent in the Serbian player, who quickly saw that the tactic he had planned with long rallies from behind was not going to work for him as the Russian was willing to suffer,” he said.

“Or that the new champion managed to serve very well throughout the game. And that he is deserving of the title and a firm candidate for others to come.

“But we cannot ignore that betrayal he was talking about. Well, evident in those tears of the great Serbian champion playing one of the last games of the third set,” added the Spanish coach.

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