Novak Djokovic will travel to Wimbledon on Monday… but is not sure he will play

Novak Djokovic will travel to Wimbledon on Monday… but is not sure he will play
Novak Djokovic will travel to Wimbledon on Monday… but is not sure he will play

Having undergone meniscus surgery a little over two weeks ago, Novak Djokovic will be at Wimbledon from Monday. The BBC explains that the former world number 1 will travel to London with the aim of testing whether or not he will compete in the third Grand Slam of the season.

Will Novak Djokovic play the 2024 edition of Wimbledon (July 1-14)? No remains the most likely option at the moment but with the Serbian nothing has been decided. The BBC also explains that “Nole” will go to the courts of the All England Club on Monday to test himself and decide whether or not he can compete in the third Grand Slam of the season.

Djokovic operated on less than three weeks ago

The former world number 1 embarked on a real race against time. Having undergone meniscus surgery on June 5 in Paris, after his retirement at Roland-Garros, Novak Djokovic was already in the rehabilitation phase a week ago.

Less than three weeks after this operation, the Serbian shared a video this Thursday, showing him in full training, which gave hope to his fans to see him lined up for a Wimbledon tournament which he won at seven times.

If several signals are positive, we should not rejoice too quickly since the doctor who operated on Djokovic had declared that it was unlikely to see him at Wimbledon. However, as the BBC points out, Taylor Fritz (12th in the ATP rankings) had experienced an injury similar to that of Djokovic during the 2019 edition of Roland-Garros and he still managed to play the Wimbledon tournament, in only getting eliminated in the third round.

The next few days will be decisive for Novak Djokovic but there is no doubt that the Serbian will do everything to be present on the London turf, he who declared after his operation: “My love for this sport is strong and the desire to compete is at its highest. level is what keeps me going.”

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