Earth No 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic has returned to teaching after recovering from coronavirus.
Boris Bosnjakovic, the head mentor at the Novak Tennis Centre in Belgrade posted photographs on his Instagram manage of the Serbian likely by way of the motions, alongside with compatriot Filip Krajinovic.
Djokovic again in the match
Djokovic was one particular of many tennis gamers who analyzed favourable for COVID-19 in the course of his Adria Planet Tour. The 17-time Grand Slam winner attracted criticism for the deficiency of social distancing steps through the class of the event, which ended up developing a cluster of conditions.
Djokovic apologised for the exact whilst saying that he and his girlfriend had examined constructive for the illness that has brought almost all experienced activity to a standstill in most sections of the environment at many details of the 12 months.
He was even so subjected to significant criticism from a quantity of quarters. A good deal of gamers supported him way too, with French veteran Gilles Simon criticising the media for what he observed as unfair treatment meted out to Djokovic when in comparison with Swiss excellent Roger Federer.
“I realized Roger would phase up to the plate when there have been discussions on the prize dollars of the Grand Slams a although back,” he told L’Equipe. “But the impression I have is that we lost him on the way, that the illustration of the gamers does not make a difference to him. If there is a voice that carries, it is his.
“I see Djokovic like any human getting, with his strengths and flaws. But with Roger Federer, we only discuss about his strengths. With Novak a” only about his flaws. It would annoy all people if Djokovic breaks Federer’s documents. It angers individuals that he (Djokovic) is so robust.
“It can also be noticed in the crowd, on the court docket, in the Australian Open up remaining. The anger towards Novak is a enormous error. Substantially of the general public won’t contemplate him as (important as) Roger or Rafa (Nadal),” he stated.