Novak Djokovic Elbow Injury to Sit Out Rest of 2017
Novak Djokovic Elbow Injury to Sit Out Rest of 2017. Serbian tennis novelist Novak Djokovic will no longer be in action this year. The present number four of the world announced via Facebook that he decided to take rest.
An injury to the elbow calls for the Twelvefold Grand Slam winner to this decision. Djokovic last came to action at Wimbledon.
In the quarterfinals against Tomas Berdych, he gave up because of the same injury to his elbow. The thirty-year-old Serbian said he had been sick for a year and a half with this joint.
“Wimbledon was a huge tournament for me because of injury. The elbow seems to worsen, and I’m forced to take this decision,” Djokovic revealed his choice in a video on Facebook. “It was a difficult decision for me, but I’m looking forward to it. I can now enjoy my family.”
The forced rest means that Novak Djokovic does not come into action at the US Open that begins on August 28th. At Flushing Meadows, he was crowned champion in 2011 and 2015. “I’ll be back and want to play tennis on a professional level for many years,” Djokovic decided his video.