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Guillaume Couillard: “Novak Djokovic is well organized, but he is a latecomer!”



Guillaume Couillard, captain of the Monegasque Davis Cup team, revealed what Novak Djokovic’s habits are when he is in the Principality. He analyzed: “When Novak Djokovic needs to train, his team contacts me or goes to the ATP offices, which are located just 100 meters from the club.

The ATP calls me and asks me if there are any guys in the area available for training. Novak is always a bit late, but he doesn’t just do it with us. He is very methodical and rigorous in training, so he sets a great example for our boys.

He has been somewhat less present here as of late, in light of the fact that the wellbeing measures were very intense and he was banned from a few spots as he was not inoculated. He invested the greater part of his energy in Serbia, where the standards were less severe.”

What will do Nole after Monte Carlo
Nole triumphed in Monte Carlo in 2013 and 2015. There was great anticipation for Djokovic’s debut in Monte Carlo, as it was just his second official tournament this year. The world number 1 looked rusty and very far from top form, crashing down to the Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.


Subsequent to returning the subsequent set on its feet because of an incredible tiebreak, the Serbian peculiarity fell in the third, trading out an authoritative 6-1. At a question and answer session, the 34-year-old from Belgrade conceded that he ran running on empty and that he was presently not ready to hold up the trades from the standard.


The last few months have been very complicated for the 20-time Grand Slam champion. Due to his choice not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus, Nole was unable to defend the title at the Australian Open and suffered serious damage to his image.

Strict US regulations forced him to miss the Indian Wells and Miami Masters 1000s as well. Novak will now play the Serbia Open, before the Masters 1000 in Madrid and Rome. His goal is to get 100% to Roland Garros