Djokovic klar för semi – möter italienare

Djokovic klar för semi – möter italienare

Tennislegendaren Novak Djokovic möter italienaren Lorenzo Musetti i semifinal i Wimbledon. Djokovics kvartsfinalmotståndare Alex de Minaur tvingades dra sig ur på grund av en höftskada och Musetti besegrade Taylor Fritz i en femsetare.

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DJOKOVIC vs ALCARAZ •• Wimbledon 2024 Final •• LIVE Tennis Talk Watchalong

Novak Djokovic vs Carlos Alcaraz LIVE Watchalong at the Wimbledon 2024 Final on the ATP Tour. It will be a very interesting ...

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Novak Djokovic | Winning moment | Semi-final | Wimbledon 2024

Watch the winning moment as Serbia's Novak Djokovic overcomes Italy's Lorenzo Musetti to make the final again in a thrilling ...

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“You CAN’T Touch Me” - Novak Djokovic SHUTS DOWN Booing Fans at Wimbledon

During his second-round match at Wimbledon 2024, Novak Djokovic dealt with persistent heckling from the crowd. Frustrated, he ...

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10 MINUTES OF: Novak Djokovic 'Beast Mode' Tennis 🤯

10 minutes of Novak Djokovic brutal tennis highlights...Subscribe to our channel for the best ATP tennis videos and tennis ...

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Magic from Novak Djokovic and Lorenzo Musetti | Highlights | Wimbledon 2024

Watch the highlights as Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Italy's Lorenzo Musetti face-off in a thrilling three set encounter on Centre ...

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AO Re-Lived: Novak Djokovic 2008

In this episode we tell the full story of the 2008 Australian Open, which included Andy Murray losing on the opening day before Britain had even woken up, the latest finish in Grand Slam history, a special week for Casey Dellacqua, an out-of-sorts Roger Federer, a magical run to the final by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, lots of Serbian success, and ultimately a first Grand Slam title for Novak Djokovic. We cover all of that and along the way we hear from Maria Vajda about Djokovic's semi-final victory over Federer and why it took Djokovic another three years to win his next major title.

Novak Djokovic: 7x Wimbledon Champion

In 2020, In Depth traveled to Belgrade Serbia where Graham sat down with 22x Grand Slam Champ, Novak Djokovic. Considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time, Djokovic remembers the terror of living through war, gives some insight into his game day mental strategy and talks about the joy of fatherhood.

12/10/2023: The Resistance, Red and Green, Novak Djokovic

After Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, people were faced with the decision to flee or fight. Correspondent Scott Pelley reports from the capital city of Kherson, a mile from ongoing Russian shelling, and speaks with civilians who resisted the occupation about how they defended their region. Correspondent Bill Whitaker reports from the conservative state of Wyoming and meets with its surprisingly climate-crusading Republican governor, Mark Gordon. Currently in his second term, Gordon has set a goal to make Wyoming not just carbon-neutral but carbon-negative in CO2 emissions. It’s an audacious idea, since Wyoming is the nation’s largest coal-producer by far. Despite heat from climate change deniers in his own party, Gordon tells Whitaker he’s sticking to his goal, and to his “all of the above” approach to energy. At 36-years-old, Novak Djokovic is one of the most dominant athletes in professional sports, having captured 24 major tennis singles titles, more than his longtime rivals Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. He is now considered the greatest men’s tennis player of all time. Correspondent Jon Wertheim goes inside the mind of the record-breaking star in his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia and speaks with him about his vaccination controversy at the Australian Open, his work promoting tennis player equity and the reason why he plans to stay on the court.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Novak Djokovic: Become #1 In The World At Your Craft and Build a Champions Mindset EP 1137

Today, we’re bringing back one of Lewis' favorite interviews from the past with Novak Djokovic.He is currently ranked as world No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals. Djokovic has been No. 1 for a record of over 320 weeks. Lewis felt very inspired this last week as he watched him win his 20th Grand Slam title in Wimbledon and wanted to reflect back on the conversation from 2017. After the interview, we’ve also added a special bonus conversation between Novak, Jay Shetty, and Lewis from last year where they were able to spend some time together playing all different types of sports.In this episode Lewis and Novak discuss how Novak started playing tennis & persevered through a traumatic childhood, how Novak recovered from his lowest point, how to understand the power of the mind to build a champion mindset, what love means to Novak and why it’s so important for him, and so much more!For more go to: out Novak's website: www.novakdjokovicfoundation.orgThe Wim Hof Experience: Mindset Training, Power Breathing, and Brotherhood: Scientific Guide to Living Longer, Feeling Happier & Eating Healthier with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Science of Sleep for Ultimate Success with Shawn Stevenson:  

Forward Progress with Novak Djokovic: Practicing mindfulness to help during clutch moments

In this week’s motivational podcast, tennis champion Novak Djokovic reveals the methods he uses to quiet his mind and come through in those clutch moments.

565 Novak Djokovic: Becoming #1 in the World and Overcoming the Odds

If you find your purpose, you're going to give purpose to others. - Novak Djokovic With everything going on in the world I think it's important now more than ever to spread hope, love, and inspiration. Today's guest is the very definition of all of those things. Novak Djokovic grew up during two wars in Serbia. As a child, he would be woken up at 2 am to alarms going off and be forced to head to a safe place. He saw the night's sky turn to light as he heard and felt the rumble of bombs being dropped around him. Through all of this Novak didn't turn to hate. Instead he turned to love and passion. He became the #1 tennis champion in the world.

Coco Gauff and Novak Djokovic Win the U.S. Open, Arsenal's WCL Exit and More

Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Musa Okwonga! After a quick chat about yesterday’s 'Stadio' episode, they discuss Coco Gauff, the first American teenager to win a U.S. Open since Serena Williams, and Novak Djokovic, who won a record 24th men’s Grand Slam title (05:40). They then move on to Arsenal’s exit from the Women’s Champions League at the qualification stage (19:49), as well as the issue with scheduling, with games coming so soon after the recent World Cup.Host: Ian WrightGuests: Musa Okwonga and Flo Lloyd-HughesProducers: Ryan Hunn, Roscoe Bowman and Jonathan Fisher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Novak Djokovic is chasing down Jimmy Connors, rethinking the Masters and more WTA madness

"He was like the Donald Trump of tennis!" Listen on to find out who Calvin Betton was talking about when he said this. Our resident tennis coach was in fine form with George Bellshaw (ex-Metro) and James Gray ( watching on in awe. First, they answered your questions on... What are the best and worst Masters 1000 event on the ATP Tour and which 500 would you promote if you could? Did losing best-of-five-set finals at Masters change the course of tennis history? Why won't Calvin start a tennis consultancy? Is Novak Djokovic being "undermined" by the media? And they also talked about... Novak Djokovic winning his 97th title in Paris, beating an in-form Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-3 in the final. He is now 12 short of Jimmy Connors’s record, and says he is determined to chase down his tally. Daniil Medvedev flipping off the Paris crowd Why so many singles players pulled out of the doubles The WTA Finals, a bungle to end bungles And more! KEEP IN TOUCH Sign up to our newsletter: Follow us on social media: Follow George @BellshawGeorge, Calvin @CalvBetton and James @JamesGraySport Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

US Open Day 14 - Djokovic the undisputed

Novak Djokovic is a 24 time Grand Slam winner and Catherine, David and Matt have to find new words to say about one of the sport's greatest ever champions. Reflecting on his victory over Daniil Medvedev in straight sets on Sunday night, there's analysis of Djokovic serve and volley tactic, the stubbornness of Medvedev, an extraordinary 1h44m second set where Medvedev had his chances, the resilience of Djokovic, and what to expect from him next season when goals like Calendar Slam and Olympic Gold must be on his mind.COME WATCH THE TENNIS PODCAST - LIVE!Catherine, David and Matt will be in Shrewsbury during the W100 tennis event on Wednesday 18th October for a Live edition of The Tennis Podcast, and tickets are on sale now.WIN THE TENNIS TRIP OF A LIFETIME! As you’ll know if you’ve been listening to our US Open podcasts, The Tennis Podcast throughout this fortnight is brought to you in partnership with AO Travel, who operate the travel programme for the first grand slam of the calendar year, the Australian Open.AO Travel can take care of your flights, premium accommodation, tournament tickets and behind-the-scenes experiences, including the all-new AO Travel Lounge, which overlooks Rod Laver Arena and Grand Slam Oval and is exclusively available for AO Travel Guests.To celebrate the launch of the AO Travel Lounge, one lucky Tennis Podcast listener is going to WIN an AO Travel Premium Lounge Package for themselves and a friend to visit the Australian Open in style next January!The winner will receive two return economy flights to Melbourne from their nearest international airport, tickets to Rod Laver Arena tennis over the middle weekend of the Australian Open for two people, and three nights’ accommodation at the five-star Pullman on the Park Hotel in Melbourne, as well as two-day access to the luxurious AO Travel Lounge.You can enter the Prize Draw today until Monday 18th September at 11.59pm New York time. Terms and Conditions apply. Good luck!ENTER - LINKS:Become a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt’s Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

115. Why Novak Djokovic’s Visa Was Cancelled

2:30 - National Day of Nothing Joke4:43 - Gode's son won't stop swearing 8:17 - Namestorm (we have to name cows)15:09 - Novak Djokovic... what is going on?26:00 - Holiday from Hell story with a caller34:34 - Brisbane Lions AFLW player Belle Dawes is on the phone! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

Novak Djokovic: 17x Grand Slam Champion

Graham chats with No. 1-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic. The 17-time Grand Slam champion eyes the all-time record, discusses how war has shaped him and reveals lessons learned from overcoming marital challenges. Plus, why he feels he was destined to play tennis and how a changed diet improved his game.

Forward Progress with Novak Djokovic: Finding inspiration from my rivals

In this week’s motivational podcast, 20-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic discusses what he has learned from Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. He also reveals a trick that he uses to help him focus when playing against his two rivals.

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He’s one of the greatest tennis players of all time – and has just become one of the most controversial too. In an exclusive interview, Novak Djokovic talks to BBC Media Editor Amol Rajan. The Serbian star was the centre of an international storm when the Canberra government refused to allow him to compete in the Australian Open – and eventually deported him because they said, he could “incite anti-vax sentiment”. Speaking at his tennis centre in Belgrade, Djokovic breaks his silence to give his side of the story.Producers: Cara Swift, Elizabeth Needham-Bennett and Vivien Jones Sound: Kate Barker and John Scott Production Coordinator: Brenda Brown Editor: Hugh Levinson

Jan-Michael Gambill on The Continued Reign of Novak Djokovic at the ATP Finals, The Davis Cup, & More

Former pro and current TC broadcaster Jan-Michael Gambill returns to the podcast to recap Novak Djokovic's history making 7th title at the ATP Finals. Gambill explains how Djokovic continues to rise above the rest at age 36, the improvements the Serbian has made in his game, and why his championship mentality is unmatched. The commentator also discusses Jannik Sinner's run to the final, Carlos Alcaraz's next move, and more from the final event of the ATP season. Gambill also dives into the Davis Cup taking place this week, and shares a few stories from his playing days for Team USA. Hosted by Mitch Michals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

AO Day 8 - The real Novak Djokovic is here - good luck everyone

Moments after Novak Djokovic produced a masterclass and gave us all an early night, we headed to Garden Square to record the Day 8 pod. We discuss just how good that performance was from Djokovic and what it might mean for the rest of the tournament, Andrey Rublev's nail-biting victory over Holger Rune and what it told us about both players, and our interactions with Ben Shelton and why we think he's such good news for the sport. In the women's draw, we focus on Aryna Sabalenka's statement performance to beat Belinda Bencic, the way in which Magda Linette exposed Caroline Garcia's lack of a Plan B, and more success for the Donna Vekic-Pam Shriver partnership. *WIN A 3-NIGHT STAY AT THE MIAMI OPEN!*On Location, our Australian Open sponsor, has given us one of Steve Furgal’s International Tennis Tours packages to the Miami Open presented by Itau, in March to give away to one lucky Tennis Podcast Newsletter subscriber! For full details, go to a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt’s Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profile Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

US Open review: Is Novak Djokovic just cashing in on the weakest era of all time?

Calvin Betton joins James Gray and (very briefly) George Bellshaw to look back at the US Open and answer as many of your questions as possible in an hour Why did Daniil Medvedev not change his return position? Is Novak Djokovic just cashing in on a weak era? Was the men's final actually interesting? Why isn't Iga Swiatek more marketable? Will Coco Gauff find her own period of dominance? When is Naomi Osaka coming back? And much, much more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Novak Djokovic

Adrian Goldberg profiles the life and career of World No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic. We hear about him practicing in the streets of Belgrade as a child during the war in the former Yugoslavia, how his views on health and medicine were shaped and how he became the formidable and resilient competitor that he is today.Programme Credits In Depth with Graham Bensinger ABC NewsProducer: Ben Crighton Researcher: Diane Richardson Editor: Penny Murphy

Novak Djokovic H2H Rafael Nadal: The Golden Rivalry - Owen talks about his book!

The greatest men's rivalry in the history of tennis? The most physical in the sport overall? Andre interviews co-host Owen about his recent project, a book about the Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic Rivalry, appropriately called "The Golden Rivalry."They discuss motivation for writing the book, the challenges of putting it together, and several tangents about the great Novak Djokovic H2H Rafael Nadal matchup: what was their best match? Why is it so great? Is it really superior to the Federer vs Nadal rivalry? Contrary to popular belief, not all their matches are all that impressive. But which was the worst? And maybe the most important question of the rivalry: which match was most significant for their careers and the history of tennis overall?Follow along as they praise the two giants of the game and chat about Owen's exciting project, and follow all chapters as they are released on substack!Talk to us on social media :)Follow Tennis and Bagels: Twitter @TennisAndBAGELSAndre Rolemberg @RolembergAndreVansh Vermani @vanshv2kOwen Lewis @tennisnationCheck out Popcorn Tennis!Twitter: @Popcorn_Tennis1Website: popcorntennis.comSupport this show Hosted on Acast. See for more information.