Djokovic tells truth on court

Djokovic tells truth on court

Novak Djokovic shall not play against Roger Federer in the semi final in Miami but against a Japanese player Kei Nishikori who defeated the Swiss by two sets to one. However, there is still a lot of talking about the match against Murray.

Djokovic is trying for the second time in his career to end the mini American tour with a double title by wining the tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami. In the quarter final he defeated the last year winner Andy Murray 7:5, 6:3 but says to be still aiming towards his best playing.


- I feel that I am playing better in Miami but it is still not at the level that I am aiming at – Djokovic said.


Kei Nishikori has upset Roger Federer defeating him by 3:6, 7:5, 6:4. His head-to-head score with Djokovic is 1:1. Djokovic defeated him a t the Roland Garros in 2010 but lost from the Japanese in Basel in 2011.


Still, a point that Novak won against Murray with a racquet over the net caused a lot of attention and comments.


- You see, I made a mistake. I told Andy immediately that I thought it was allowed that my racquet can go over the net and that I only must not touch it. That is what I thought. I am not sure, but it obviously disturbed him and he lost the set. In any case the mistake is not only mine. The judge has not ruled rightly. I never lie on court. You know that I have been always fair no matter who I play against. At the end of the day the judge was there and he should have known if it was against the rules – Djokovic said.


- I am not angry. That point had influence on that game only. I had a break in the second set. From the position where I...

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