Despite winning just six games against rival Rafael Nadal yesterday in the Madrid semifinals, and not having made a final since Doha, Novak Djokovic says he won’t replace his recently fired coaching team for at least 3-4 more weeks, meaning after the French.
“I’m not going to share anything with you now,” Djokovic said Saturday after a 62, 64 loss to Nadal. “I hope you understand and respect that. I’m just going to go along, and in the next three, four weeks maximum, I’ll make my decisions around that, about the team.”
Djokovic wouldn’t pin the loss on his coaching situation either, rather crediting Nadal.
“I don’t want to find excuses why he played that well and why I didn’t play maybe as well,” Djokovic said. “It’s just one of these days where your opponent is just playing better than you, and you have to be able to say, Congratulations, and move on.”
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