(Last Updated On: September 7, 2021)

Andy Roddick tweeted saying Novak Djokovic “takes your legs, then, at that point he takes your spirit”, and the Serbian’s reaction had the US Open group cheering.

Novak Djokovic on Tuesday walked into the quarterfinals of the US Open that put him only three successes from a schedule year Grand Slam. The Serbian beat American Jenson Brooksby 1-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 to book a quarter-last experience with Italian 6th seed Matteo Berrettini in a rematch of July’s Wimbledon last. During his post-match talk with, Djokovic was gotten some information about a tweet by previous opponent Andy Roddick. “First he takes your legs ……. Then, at that point he takes your spirit,” Roddick had tweeted during Djokovic’s match against Brooksby, alluding to the Serbian’s capacity to play long matches and tire rivals out, prior to beating them.

“Much obliged Andy, I accept that as a commendation,” Djokovic said with a major smile when asked about his sentiments on Roddick’s tweet, prompting giggles from the group.

“Just the initial segment, the subsequent part – I don’t take anyone’s spirit,” he rushed to add, drawing more cheers.

“Everybody has their spirit, we are largely lovely spirits, so I like everybody,” Djokovic said as the cheers got stronger.

Nonetheless, he added a post-script.

“In any case, I’ll take your legs out. That is without a doubt,” the 20-time Grand Slam victor said.

Talking about the match with Brooksby, Djokovic said “”He just played an ideal previously set. I could sit idle. I was all the while discovering my balance on the court.”

“I should say it was anything but an incredible beginning. Jenson was siphoned. He had a reasonable strategy. He was executing his shots colossally. I was on my back foot. He was perusing the play well for a set and a half,” he added.

“From that point onward, I began hitting all the more neatly and through the court,” said Djokovic. “At whatever point I required a serve I discovered my spot well. It was physical, a ton of depleting rallies.”

Djokovic is planning to win the first men’s schedule Grand Slam in quite a while.

The 34-year-old Serbian star would turn into the main man since Rod Laver in 1969 to clear every one of the four significant titles around the same time by catching his fourth vocation US Open crown.

By Darsh

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