The coach attended Nole’s victory over Tomás Etcheverry at the Masters 1000 in Rome: he asked the Serbian tennis player for an autograph.
Jose Mourinhocoach of Romehad an encounter with Novak Djokovic: he asked for an autograph after his 7-6(5) and 6-2 victory over Tomás Etcheverry, in the second round of Rome Masters 1000.
The Portuguese coach came to the Foro Itálico to see the match of Nole, number 1 in the ATP ranking (Carlos Alcaraz will pass him this week). And after the fight, in the locker room he asked for an autograph on his cap.
What Djokovic said after his meeting with Mourinho
Novak Djokovic referred to his meeting with José Mourinho after his victory over Tomás Etcheverry. “I have met him many times in the past. He came to see me play in London, especially at the ATP Finals. when they were held there and he trained in England”, he commented in a press conference.
“He is a great fan of tennis, of course one of the greatest football coaches we have not only today, but in history. I am very flattered that he came to watch my matches. He is a very kind person. He’s always been very kind to me and my team.”he added.
“I hope I can return the favor and see his team (Roma) when he’s training because I don’t think he’s there yet. Maybe Real Madrid, when I was in Madrid, I went to it several times. ‘The Special One’ came to see me, so I’m very happy.”sentenced.
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