It was revealed that Novak Djokovic (Serbia), who wrote a new history of tennis at this year’s Australian Open, suffered a 3cm tear in his hamstring muscle. 카지노사이트
“He got criticized, but in the end, I don’t think anyone can question his athleticism and mental strength,” said Australian Open tournament director Craig Tyley in an interview with ‘SEN Sportsday’. There was a 3cm tear in the muscle,” he said.
Djokovic stopped practicing due to hamstring pain during the practice match before the opening of the Australian Open, and showed discomfort while playing with a pressure bandage on his left thigh during the tournament. Some questioned whether it was used for the purpose of distracting the other person’s concentration, and Djokovic was surrounded by suspicion of a so-called ‘fake injury’. In response, Djokovic
dismissed the ‘fake injury’ controversy, saying, “I have nothing to prove to those who doubt it.”
The truth behind the bogus injury controversy has been revealed:
“Doctors will tell you the truth,” Tournament Director Tyley said. “I think there’s been a lot of speculation about whether it’s true or not,” he said. He is also an amazing player.”