Novak Djokovic Winning Interview – Wimbledon 2014
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[Novak Djokovic Winning Interview – Wimbledon 2014]
This is a very emotional time, isn’t it?
Yes, yeah…first of all, I want to congratulate Roger for a great tournament and great fight today. It was a very – great match to be a part of.
He’s a magnificent champion and a great example of a great athlete and a role model for many kids, so I – I respect your career and everything you have done and thank you for letting me win today.
5-2 championship point in the fourth you lost that set. How did you turn it around?
[Novak Djokovic:] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, I was hoping that Roger was going to miss the first serve, but that didn’t happen, and it rarely happens and you know that’s why he has 17 Grand Slams and he’s been the most successful player ever, because in important moments, he comes up with his best shots and top game and of course, after dropping a fourth set, it wasn’t easy to regroup and to compose myself and find that necessary energy to win the fifth, I don’t know how I managed to do it and this is the tournament that I always dreamed of winning and this is the best tournament in the world, the most valuable one. This is the first tennis match that – really the first tennis match that I ever seen in my life, when I was five years old, was Wimbledon and that image stuck to my mind. So, to be able to compete in such a high level, I’m so grateful for this opportunity and to be able to hold this trophy. I dedicate it to a few people please if you have time. First of all, I would like to dedicate it to my future wife and our future baby, and… I’m going to become a father soon. So I’m still preparing for that and it’s a great joy in life. And I would like to dedicate it to my family, my parents, my brothers and all the family and my team of course for sacrificing a lot of their free time, lives in order for me to live the dream and be where I am at this moment. And last but not least, I would like to dedicate this title to my first coach that taught me all the basics of tennis shots and behavior and everything I know about tennis, Jelena Gencic. She passed away last year and this is for her. Thank you.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic.
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