Athletistic/Tennis. 1995 Davis Cup finalist Andrei Chesnokov is confident that Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic will be able to perform at the highest level for another two or three years.

“It’s a shame that Djokovic withdrew from the tournament, because he showed an excellent game. Yes, he lost the title of first racket in the world, but it’s a natural process – someone comes, someone leaves, it’s always been like that. Judging by his performance here, it’s too early to talk about the end of his career. He can still easily play at the highest level for two or three years,” Chesnokov quotes TASS.

On Tuesday, Djokovic, who tops the ATP rankings, withdrew from his Roland Garros quarterfinal match against Norwegian Casper Ruud.

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