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your sincere advice to Djokovic

let's help him
my advice is stop playing, go to Arctic alone for seven months and come back in AO2018
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Re: your sincere advice to Djokovic

My sincere advice to Djokovic? I would tell him: gtfo
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Yes you believe Marko was helped by Pepe Imaz but that's no reason to put him in charge of your tennis career. Fire Pepe fire Pepe fire Pepe fire Pepe
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Every career that has a beginning, has an end, Nole.

The clock can't go back, change your game tactics and you shall return.
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Keep going, results will come your way, peaceful 250 and 500 events will be yours, slams and masters are for the hateful warmongers
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Eat meat and get rid of Pepe
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Well, first, Pepe's gotta go. In the future, put more thought into your team than either an 8 year old or the current US President does. Second, figure out if you really want to go on. If you don't, if you just wanna spend more time with the family, do that - there's no shame. But if not, you have to commit yourself to it 100%, each point, each game, each set; none of this "decided in the 1st set again business". Find a coach that will tell you harsh truths about your game, as opposed to the transformative power of hugs, and commit yourself to making the necessary changes, as Nadal and Federer have done.
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I realy don t know,I like djokovic and to see him tank the last set like that it s just soo not him.Well first fire fucking pepe shitmaz and well start from there ,also start eating freacking meat again ,and maybe take some time off like fed did or something like that.

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2 advices aiming at the mental side:

1- Get rid of Imaz
2- Don´t expect to play as #1 only to get frustrated by every good player, just keep playing cool, raising until the tennis level comes back again, not a given though
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Well, first, Pepe's gotta go. In the future, put more thought into your team than either an 8 year old or the current US President does. Second, figure out if you really want to go on. If you don't, if you just wanna spend more time with the family, do that - there's no shame. But if not, you have to commit yourself to it 100%, each point, each game, each set; none of this "decided in the 1st set again business". Find a coach that will tell you harsh truths about your game, as opposed to the transformative power of hugs, and commit yourself to making the necessary changes, as Nadal and Federer have done.
Pepe preaches that telepathy, telekinesis, and levitation are all possible. The nanosecond that any sane person heard that insanity, they'd run away from Imaz like their life depended on it. Instead, Novak makes the nutjob part of his inner circle. The problem isn't the Pepe the Nutjob. The problem is that Novak is such a troubled human being that he would gravitate toward such a pathetic nutjob.
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Retire, you won't be missed.
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Re: your sincere advice to Djokovic

Be more aggressive. Not ball-bash, but keep the opponent as far back on the baseline like he used to do. He had such accuracy with his play that the ball would land within a foot of the baseline at will that his opponents were never comfortable. Of course this comes with confidence and that's easier said than done.

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Djokštur Truba, please retire
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Re: your sincere advice to Djokovic

Simple really. One question to ask, do you still want to win majors? If the answer is yes then lose the love and peace mantra. Taking a number of months out to work on his game would be good for him. That might make him miss tennis a bit. He is also not playing well enough to challenge anyway so time off is needed in my view. It did Federer and Nadal some good.
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Re: your sincere advice to Djokovic

My advice would be, dont worry about it, apart from the money its only a game.
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