Novak Djokovic: "I don't know if I will play the US Open"

Novak Djokovic returned to training Monday after recovering from coronavirus. The Serbian moved in brick dust with his friend Victor Troicki. On Tuesday, the world’s No. 1 spoke to the press again.

Speaking to Sportski žurnal, translated into English by Serbian journalist Saša Ozmo, Djokovic said: “Lately I only saw criticism and many bad intentions. Obviously there is more than just criticism, it seems to be a witch hunt. Someone has to fall, a heavy name has to be responsible for everything. ”

Regarding his schedule for the resumption of the circuit, the Serbian said that he will not be in Washington and plans to play Cincinnati, Madrid and Rome. Roland Garros is safe on his agenda and left doubts for the Grand Slam on American soil: “I do not know if I will play the US Open.”