Re: Todd Martin with Djokovic: The worst coaching stint in tennis history?
Q. Three years have passed between your two Grand Slam titles. Do you doubt during this period?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I played several quarters and halves, I even played a final at the U.S. Open. I always knew I had the qualities to win a Grand Slam. It did not happen because I have had ups and downs during these three years. My private life has been unstable, I went through difficult times. But during that time, I learned, is facing the pressure of expectations. It has resulted in sometimes results in sawtooth. Side orders were reflected in my game today, I feel much stronger physically and in the head. I became a wiser and experienced player.
Q. From the outside, it seems that your service is no longer a weakness and that your coverage of land has become phenomenal ...
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I worked hard physically, and I now feel very strong in this area. As for my service, it generated a lot of questions lately. Why I changed my motion, why is it so bad. In fact, I would not change movement. It's a shoulder injury that led me to change the gesture. I struggled to return to the original, then I changed my racquet ... All these things have affected his quality, but it's all settled now.