Etcheverry’s risky omen about his idol Novak Djokovic

Etcheverry’s risky omen about his idol Novak Djokovic
Etcheverry’s risky omen about his idol Novak Djokovic

The Argentinian Tomas Etcheverry (No. 29 in the ATP ranking) He started his campaign at Roland Garros with a important performance against host Arthur Cazaux (77th). After the match, the Argentine held a press conference. The declarations.

It is very hard to play in France. I usually face French people and the public supports them a lot. It’s okay, I know, but you still live a complicated moment“, began in reference to the local atmosphere that was felt in the Suzanne Lenglen in front of the young host. Days ago, he had had to go through a similar feeling when he crossed the home owner Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard in the final of the ATP 250 in Lyon.

“It’s my favorite tournament since I was little. I always want to play it. “It is a time of the year when I want to be well to try to play my best tennis because I want good results here,” detailed in relation to his link with Roland Garros, a tournament that he loves and for which he baptized his dog with that name. It is also the first in which he reached the second week of competition in a Grand Slam, reaching the quarterfinals in the last edition.

Novak Djokovic arrives like number one but with previous results that set off alarm bells. The Serbian is an idol and role model for the powerful player from La Plata, as he has confessed on several occasions. For this reason, he was asked at a press conference about the present of the 37-year-old tennis player who arrives in Paris as reigning champion.

“I always try to watch their games trying to improve my game”began. “I think he will be number one in the world for a long time. I don’t know if this is a good season for him but he is Novak Djokovic… maybe he can win this tournament”concluded Etcheverry.

All Roland Garros 2024 matches are broadcast exclusively on ESPN and Star+ screens.

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