Novak Djokovic’s dad upset over son’s hilarious new post-Wimbledon nickname as rematch with Carlos Alcaraz looms

Following the conclusion of Wimbledon, there is a tennis-related moniker going about that has caught the attention of Novak Djokovic’s father. This nickname has drawn curiosity from both fans and the media as a potential rematch between Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz approaches.

The nickname further heightens the excitement for their impending match by bringing a sense of intrigue and suspense to their on-court meeting. Furthermore, the Djokovic vs. Alcaraz rematch has become an exciting match to watch because of this.

Novak Djokovic given hilarious new nickname

Serbian tennis icon Novak Djokovic, who has already surpassed Roger ‘Jesus-Fed’ Federer and Rafael ‘Rafa’ Nadal’s Grand Slam records, is seeking to become the greatest of all time. However, he succumbed to the rising youngster Carlos Alcaraz in the 2023 Wimbledon final. Nebojsa Sofranac, a writer from Montenegro, gave him the harsh moniker “LOAT” (Loser of all time) following his defeat at the hands of the 20-year-old, which infuriated Djokovic’s father.

The writer attacked Serbian tennis legend Novak Djokovic on Facebook following the Djokovic Wimbledon championship match. Djokovic’s father defended his son in return, showing concern for the journalist’s mental state and pleading with him to retract his nasty comments.

Despite the criticism, Djokovic is still very confident about recovering and reestablishing himself at the 2017 US Open. He is committed to achieving new objectives and extending his outstanding record of Grand Slam victories.

The tennis community is still debating Djokovic’s legacy, but his commitment and will to succeed are unrelenting. The legend is eager to compete in the US Open and the Davis Cup and aspires to stay fit and healthy and play with the same energy in the game as always.

Djokovic-Alcaraz rematch on the cards

The 23-time Grand Slam champion will make his first trip back to the United States since 2021 to compete in the Cincinnati Open. He was unable to go to competitions last year because of Covid-19 restrictions. With the new rules in place, he will now take part in the ATP Masters 1000 competition from August 14 to 20.

The rematch is more likely to take place now with the inclusion of the rising star Carlos Alcaraz, the Wimbledon champion and current world No. 1. Djokovic, a two-time winner of the Western & Southern Open, is vying to become the tournament’s oldest champion, but Alcaraz will be a formidable opponent.

With their matches taking place on both clay and grass, the two athletes have a 2-1 head-to-head record to Alcaraz’s advantage. Although the seedings have not yet been determined, they might compete in the championship game.

Borna Coric, the tournament’s defending champion, as well as tennis legends Andy Murray, Medvedev, Dimitrov, Cilic, and Alexander Zverev, are other notable competitors. Even the 2017 runner-up Nick Kyrgios, who has played virtually little tennis this year, is on the list.

A prominent competition, the Western & Southern Open draws top athletes from around the globe. The organizers of the event are eager to witness these top athletes compete and add another exhilarating chapter to the tournament’s history.




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