Djokovic's formula

Holism, family and a team with two units are some of the keys to the success of the Serbian. This Wednesday (14:30, #Vamos) he is measured with Fucsovics in the quarterfinals.


Novak Djokovic plays this Wednesday (14:30, #Vamos) in the Wimbledon quarterfinals against the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics (29 years old and 48th in the ranking). The Serb has found no rival so far in the tournament and it seems that his success or failure is entirely up to him. He goes through one of the best moments of his career and threatens to become the best in history.

After winning the Chilean Garín in the round of 16, he spoke about one of the keys to his excellent performance: holism, a position of methods and scientific knowledge that considers things as a whole and by the synergy of their parts, not by the individuality of each. "I try to take into account everything I do, what I consume, what I think, how I sleep, whatever is really part of my daily life, when it comes to performance, recovery and preparation," he explained. "Every aspect of your life, also the emotional one, your relationships, your daily routines, your good and bad habits, be it eating, sleeping, exercising ... everything has an effect, whether you like it or not in the end, especially to long term, "he added.

He also referred to another of the foundations of the formula for his success, the family. His wife and two children accompany him whenever possible, as do his parents. "We live by these principles. We try to have a conscious life, understanding that we are human and we make mistakes every day, but we try to live consciously and be grateful for what we have." That network includes veganism, intermittent fasting, meditation, and yoga.

To ensure that everything worked out well, he surrounded himself with a trustworthy team with two units that share the work together: Marian Vajda and Goran Ivanisevic as coaches, Ulises Badio and Miljan Amanovic as physios, coach Marko Panichi, Spaniard Pepe Imaz as advisor spiritual and its agents Edoardo Artaldi and Elena Cappelaro. He makes everyone share in the triumphs.

Mastery on grass

Furthermore, of course, its tennis quality makes it an all-rounder. In fact, he is already among the best ever in grass win percentage, at 84.61%, behind Laver (84.76%), McEnroe (85.82%) and Federer (87.27%). . The Swiss will face Hurkacz on Wednesday, after Djokovic's game, who gave the surprise by getting down Medvedev in the game postponed on Monday due to rain. The Pole (24 years old and 18th) won 2-6, 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-3 and 6-3.

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