no shots are truly working appropriately. Your feet are static and slow," Djokovic said.
"Something occurs in a match, then, at that point, out of nowhere it's totally unique and you're flying. Everything streams."
The top-cultivated Djokovic molded a second continuous rebound triumph at Wimbledon on Friday, beating No. 9 seed Cameron Norrie of Britain 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in the elimination rounds
to run his series of wins at the All England Club to 27 matches as he seeks after a fourth consecutive title on its grass courts.
"It really is something else that the entire game can self-destruct, truly, on the grounds that you feel you're tense. Then, at that point
This shortage was less overwhelming for Novak Djokovic. The unease less intense. It isn't so much that
he needs to fall behind in matches, obviously. It's that when he does, he knows how to manage it.