Former world number one Novak Djokovic has revealed his strong return and successive victories after a long absence from injury.
Novak Djokovic reached the final of the Cincinnati Masters after beating Croatian Marin Cilic in the semi-finals.
The Serbian player has set fire to his rival and legendary Swiss legend in the Cincinnati Masters final in a spectacular match between two of the best yellow ballplayers in history.
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“I refuse to surrender, it is not my character, it may be related to the ability to survive,” Novak said.
“The ability to survive and return is not easy. I gained it because of the circumstances of the war that my family and I have experienced in our country.”
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World No.2 Roger Federer versus No.10 Novak Djokovic.
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“It was one of the most valuable experiences that have refined my personality, which I am now in, especially thanks to the mental strength and combat spirit,” he said.
“This type of experience in the past and the journey that has been hurt to overcome it has helped to make me more appreciative of things in life.”
“We have to respect everything and have to be grateful, but at the same time it made me more hungry to succeed and shine,” he added.
“These conditions made me know very hard because I did not get any support, so I had to create everything from scratch with the people around me,” Djokovic concluded.
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