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Djokovic Playing The Best Tennis Ever?

Facing Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is the perfect storm of a tennis player right now. He has the total love and support of the Australian crowds (except for a few deep state hired goons), the extra motivation of the injustice of being cheated out of the title last year, and the fact he’s in his prime still after his magical 2021 campaign which consisted of three Grand Slam titles and a US Open final (loss to Medvedev 46 46 46).

“This is a good as Djokovic is playing in his entire career. It’s just simply unbelievable,” said an awed Mats Wilander yesterday.

Djokovic is rampaging through the ATP World Tour’s best players and making them look like helpless journeyman. Yesterday Djokovic slaughtered Andrey Rublev 61 62 64 in the quarterfinal. Two days before he similarly trounced Alex de Minaur 62 61 62.

He’s only lost one set in the tournament, the second set tiebreaker in the second round to Enzo Couacaud, 61 67 62 60.

We are finally seeing Djokovic with full crowd support, playing freely, playing with vengeance and it’s a beautiful thing to see, for the sport to showcase to the public.

But the deep state establishment media still tries to distract you from the jaw-dropping awesome form of Djokovic. New York Times writer Chris Clarey wants you to forget about Djokovic as he tweeted yesterday: “Anybody who thinks this men’s tournament would not have been better with Carlos Alcaraz in the mix is crazy. Electric talent who plays must-watch tennis.”

The same Clarey who did not tweet similar sentiments a year ago when Djokovic was ridiculously banned from competing because he refused to inject himself with a drug shot that doesn’t work.

It’s absurd that a part of the tennis establishment would rather celebrate the ghost of Carlos than the truth that Djokovic is possibly playing the greatest tennis in the history of the sport.

Up next for Djokovic in the semifinal will be American Tommy Paul, who infamously turned his back on shaking hands with Djokovic at Laver Cup last year after Novak crushed Frances Tiafoe in singles. You can be sure Djokovic remembers that slight and will use it as extra incentive to punish Paul on the court.

After his 2022 was hindered by politics and injustice, it’s a stunning poetic justice that Djokovic at age 35 is playing such high level tennis to inspire a legend like Mats Wilander to sing him the ultimate praises.

Novak on his performances: “I cannot be happier with my tennis… All the important shots in the important moments I found my best tennis, I guess that’s what makes me most pleased tonight.”

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