Serbian Novak Djokovic remembered the saddest moment of his career.
“This is the defeat of Del Potro at the Rio Olympics. “I expected so much from those Games. I was the first racket in the world and won four Grand Slam tournaments in a row. I was at the peak of my career in terms of results, game and well-being. I felt like it was the right time to fight for a gold medal.
That defeat just broke my heart, because the Olympics is one of the most important sporting events in history. Besides, it’s a great honor to represent your country.
Four years later, I corrected my preparation for the Tokyo Olympics. Now I have more experience in terms of psychology,” In Depth quotes Djokovic.
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