Djokovic is already back on court!

Djokovic is already back on court!
Djokovic is already back on court!

Aurélien Canot, Media365, published on Thursday June 20, 2024 at 10:18 p.m.

Two weeks after having surgery for a meniscus in his right knee, Novak Djokovic has already returned to the courts. This is evidenced by a story published Thursday by the Serb, who could therefore finally participate in Wimbledon, which will kick off on July 1.

Two months after his operation, Novak Djokovic is already back on the courts! Last June 4, when the press release from the organizers of Roland-Garros came out and confirmed what the public having witnessed the sumptuous round of 16 the previous Monday between Novak Djokovic and Francesco Cerundolo, won in heroic fashion by the one who was still number 1 in the world, already feared when leaving the stands, namely the Serb’s withdrawal for his next match, against Casper Ruud in the quarter-finals, no one could imagine that the “Djoker” would be back on his feet to compete at Wimbledon. At the moment, this is not yet completely the case. The former boss of the circuit, relegated to third place in the ATP rankings after this Paris tournament which he had to leave midway while he was defending his title, is nevertheless getting closer. Two months after undergoing meniscus surgery on his right knee, Djokovic seems on the verge of returning to competition very soon.

A few services but without forcing too much…

A story published this Thursday on his Instagram account by the man with 24 Grand Slam coronations shows the seven-time crowned winner on the London turf, where he nevertheless remains in a final lost last year against Carlos Alcaraz, s indulge in stretching and physical exercises outdoors but also on a tennis court, where the ex-protege of Goran Ivanisevic even tried his hand at a few serves, certainly without pushing too much for the moment. Knowing him, however, he should move up a gear very quickly and ensure that he can compete at this Wimbledon for which he had long been considered uncertain, and even very uncertain. However, he could be present and try to win an eighth title on the courts of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. Which still seemed unthinkable two weeks ago.

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