Last Updated on January 23, 2019
Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori shared his impressions of the match of the quarter finals of the Australian Open against Serb Novak Djokovic, from whom he was forced to play in the second set.
“Before the start of the fight, everything went well. Of course, I felt tired, but overall the mood was positive.
However, after the third or fourth game, I felt pain in my right leg during the serve. I could not bend my knees and jump normally. As a result, I decided to stop the game. I think this is due to my previous matches, especially the last one. I spent a lot of effort.
However, something could happen in a meeting with Novak. Very upset. Held in Melbourne several great fights. It’s a shame to play like this, ”the competition press service quotes Nishikori.