Novak Djokovic: Nobody hates the good ones. They hate the great ones

"I don’t hate anybody; I don’t nurture that kind of emotion and I don’t raise my kids that way"

by Sead Dedovic
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Novak Djokovic: Nobody hates the good ones. They hate the great ones

In an interview with Serbian media, Novak Djokovic commented on the statistics reported by the World Sports Network, and it concerns the fact that Djokovic is the tennis player who has the most criticism on Twitter. In an interview with Tennis Majors, the Serbian tennis player emphasized that he was not surprised by such statistics, given that the 'best' were always criticized.

"Does that surprise you?" Djokovic said to Tennis Majors, as quoted by eurosport.com "Personally, I’d be surprised if it were any different.
As Kobe used to say, it’s a great quote: ‘Haters are a good problem to have.

Nobody hates the good ones. They hate the great ones.’" Novak Djokovic emphasized that he is not a man who hates. From the earliest days, his goal was to spread love and positivity. Djokovic's goal is to raise children in the best way and to make great people out of them.

"I don’t hate anybody; I don’t nurture that kind of emotion and I don’t raise my kids that way. Hate is a horrendous emotion. If someone hates me, I think that says more about that person [than me]."

Novak Djokovic talks about his regrets

Djokovic is a tennis player who broke many records.

It's fascinating that he doesn't want to stop there. His goal is to win many more trophies and remains listed as the 'greatest ever' Novak emphasized that he made many mistakes during his career, but his goal was always to remain authentic.

"I wouldn’t change anything in my life because I’ve done everything to the best of my knowledge and abilities in a particular moment.
Yes, I’ve made a lot of mistakes, but at least I was authentic, I was being myself – I’d choose that every time compared to saying whatever pleases those that abide by the standards of the establishment."

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