Everything normal for Novak Djokovic after scans post Rome Open incident

Wednesday, 15 May 2024 at 15:41
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Novak Djokovic has some good news with the World No.1 not suffering any lasting effects from the bottle incident which saw him feel not at his best against Alejandro Tabilo at the Rome Open.
Djokovic was asked post match whether this issue was a reason for the defeat and he wasn't sure if this was the case saying he didn't feel the same. This also got the back up of Novak Djokovic supporters.
"I don't know to be honest," he said. "I have to check that. Training was different. I was going for kind of easy training yesterday. I didn't feel anything, but I also didn't feel the same. Today under high stress, it was quite bad. Not in terms of pain, but in terms of this balance. Just no coordination."
"Completely different player from what it was two nights ago. Could be I don't know. I have to do medical checkups and see what's going on."
He reported to doctors in Belgrade as per Republika at 10am this morning for a check-up. Due to a blow to the head with a bottle that he received in Rome from a fan who has been subjected to a witch hunt since. Fortunately the results of that examination were immediately available as he heads next to Roland Garros. According to information, Djokovic heard and read the paper with the best possible news. Supposedly he went to the doctors for a reason.
He was assessed by AI who confounded that the blow he had suffered was 79.2 newtons of force which is comparable to the impact of a medium-sized dog jumping on someone. But it seems he will be fine for the defence of his Roland Garros title as he begins training back in Belgrade over the next week before heading to Paris. Good news for fans of the Serbian.

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