Athletistic/Tennis. Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic commented on his arrival in the Roland-Garros final.

In the semi-finals, Djokovic defeated the world’s leading racket, Spaniard Carlos Alcaras with the score 6:3, 5:7, 6:1, 6:1. It is important to note that at the start of the third set, Alcaraz unfortunately stepped on his foot, causing him to cramp. The Spanish tennis player requested medical assistance and called a physiotherapist, but, not having time to receive the necessary assistance within the time limit, he had to accept the return of the match.

“Carlos was unlucky. In the last stage of Roland Garros, nobody would like to face cramps and physical problems. I sympathize with him. I hope he can recover quickly and come back. He has a lot of time ahead of him and he will win this tournament many more times.

It was hard for him. In such a situation, it is difficult to decide whether to continue the game or withdraw, and he has made his choice. I respect his fighting spirit and the fact that he fought until the last moment. Huge respect for that!

We were both at the limit of our physical abilities. At the end of the second set, I felt that I had almost no strength left. We were walking side by side, it was a very tight match, then he had seizures. From then on, the match took a different turn and I tried to keep my focus. I saw that it was difficult for him to play, but I tried not to think about it too much,” Djokovic said on the pitch after reaching the final.

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