LONDON – “I’m sure there will be a whistle, but Novak is used to it. He was always a fighter, he had to fight against everyone and beat the audience. It will be difficult for the audience with him, but they will accept him with every new match “, said the legendary German tennis player and former coach of Novak Djokovic, Boris Becker, in an interview with the BBC.
If Djokovic gets the “green light” to participate in the tournament, Becker believes that it will be difficult for the Serbian tennis player in the first week.
“I talked to him and congratulated him, he thanked me for my support. However, he is still in shock due to the last days. His spirit is getting better, he trained. You may not agree with everything he does, but you have to respect him “, said Becker and revealed that Djokovic faces the most difficult challenge in his career at the Grand Slams, reports Tanjug.
“I don’t believe he used to be in a harder position,” Becker said.
The German believes that Djokovic’s choice not to be vaccinated must be respected.
“It’s everyone’s choice, even though life is harder without a vaccine. I would personally advise him to get vaccinated because it would be easier for him, but that is his choice and we must respect him “, concluded the two-time champion of the tournament in Melbourne.