If something characterizes Novak Djokovic (1st), it is the ease he has to impose himself in the most complex moments. In the Wimbledon final against Matteo Berrettini (9th), The Serbian starred in a moment of tension with the public, who showed their support for the Italian.
The fifth was at stake game of the third set. Djokovic served 15-40 and flirted with Berrettini’s illusion of breaking him. “Come on, Matteo!” Was the phrase that echoed through the noise of such an ending.
It was at that moment that Djokovic, as he was winning the points, began to make gestures that did not go unnoticed: first, he took his ear as a sign that he was not listening to the environment. And then once he won the game, He frowned and made it clear that nothing could disturb him.
Finally, the Serbian imposed his hierarchy, omitted the surrounding context (or rather, he dealt with it successfully) and took the third set 6-4.