Novak Djokovic says what he wants to focus on in the 2024 season – "I want to play my best tennis there."

Novak Djokovic has said that he wants to reach his best at one big event this year. Unlike other years, it won’t be a Grand Slam.

Novak Djokovic says what he wants to focus on in the 2024 season – "I want to play my best tennis there."

Instead, the 24-time major winner is focused on the 2024 Olympics in Paris, which will be held at Roland Garros from July 27 to August 4.

The only thing Djokovic is missing is an Olympic gold medal. He already holds the record for the most Grand Slams, the most ATP Masters 1000 wins, and a record 419 weeks at the top of the ATP Rankings.

But Djokovic does have an Olympic medal—bronze at the 2008 Beijing Games. He then came in fourth at the 2012 London Games, lost in the first round at the 2018 Rio Games, and again came in fourth at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

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The 36-year-old man is hoping that this will be his fifth trip to the Olympics.

For him, the Olympics have always been important, so the Paris Games are very important.
“But I haven’t been able to make it to the finishing line in the last three or four Olympics.”
“Things are a little different now. The first Olympics are being held on clay. In both mind and body, I want to be ready.

The world number one has had a rough start to the 2024 season. He is 8-3 so far, having lost in the United Cup, the semi-finals of the Australian Open, and the third round of the Indian Wells Open.

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But next week, he will play on clay at Roland Garros in the Monte-Carlo Masters, which is the next big event in the buildup to the Paris Olympics.

“It’s all about building my game for clay courts,” he said.I want to be at my best for Paris because that’s where I want to play my best tennis. It would be great if we could get something else, but who knows?

A few weeks ago, Djokovic’s old coach Goran Ivanisevic said that he wants to win an Olympic gold title.

It was Ivanisevic who said, “I am sure that Novak will find motivation.” He and Djokovic broke up in March after five successful years together. “I really hope he wins the Olympics, even more than the Slams.”He wants it and feels like he owes it to someone, even though he doesn’t owe anyone anything… I hope he does well at the Olympics.”

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