Tennis star Novak Djokovic reveals the back behind his ‘strong mental‘ strength In a talk.
Novak Djokovic outs his secret, proving that; he is one of the mentally strongest tennis players in the history of this sport. Just think and go back to the two-match points cancelled in the 2019 Wimbledon final, when everything now looked-set for Roger Federer’s ninth title on the horizon of Tennis Court.
When asked out about that mental approach by a rival Fabio Fognini in Webchat about what helps him summon the calm and confidence he needed in those cracking moments of the game against the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic revealed all.
“Breathing exercises are a lot more useful than people think,” World number 1 said.
He further added on;
“A proper breathing rhythm is a key to understanding and improving our own mental, physical and emotional statuses. I do it when I need serenity or after I wake up, in order to have more dynamic energy. Meditation isn’t a religious thing; it’s rather something personal that I do to stay healthy, especially given the sensory and informational overload we experience in the contemporary world”, The star explained.
The star did say about ‘since when’ it is paying off.
“I’ve been doing it for a decade, and it’s been useful both on and off-court”, Novak Djokovic outs his secret.
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On the track route: At the 2020 Australian Open, he made his long time arch-rival Roger Federer in straight sets en route to the final where he came up against and defeated three-time grand slam runner-up Dominic Thiem in five sets show.
This [the 2020 Australian Open] makes a record though for the World’s No.1 spot player as Novak Djokovic became the first player who has shown up in colours of ‘winning track’ in three consecutive decades.
However, his hold on records is all-the-way, becoming tight and tight by every passing event on the court.