Boris Becker Urged Novak Djokovic To Get Back To Business During Federer-Kyrgios Last Night
by Tom Gainey | April 1st, 2017, 11:41 am

Former coach Boris Becker had some words from Novak Djokovic during Roger Federer’s epic 3-set win over Nick Kyrgios last night in Miami.

Djokovic has struggled this year since winning in Doha, and he missed Miami for the first time due to an elbow injury. With Roger and Rafael Nadal now back in charge of the tour, Becker urged Djokovic to get back in the game in a tweet.

“I hope my man @DjokerNole is watching this …it’s time for you to clean your shoes and fix your racket and get back to business..”

and then…

Djokovic is scheduled to return next weekend for Davis Cup, then play Monte Carlo later this month. But the Serb has a mountain of ranking points to defend coming up with French Open and Madrid titles and a Rome final.

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3 Comments for Boris Becker Urged Novak Djokovic To Get Back To Business During Federer-Kyrgios Last Night

Van Persie Says:

^^ Have to admit, I have also a weakness for Piano’s style.

skeezer Says:

Don’t have a problem as a Tennis fan with what Novak has been doing lately. The guy deserves a life, and it seems he is enjoying the fruits of his labor(thanks for the links VP). You don’t become the all time Masters titles leader by NOT playing A LOT of Tennis. Good for him and his Fam.
Don’t have a problem with Becker’s tweet either, its encouraging and telling him not to forget about his business, trying to “egg” him on per se. He’ll be back.

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