Like everyone else, Serbian star Novak Djokovic also has his strengths and weaknesses. In a recent talk, he opened up on his greatest weakness, which could also be his greatest strength at times. Check out him explaining this weakness.
Novak Djokovic Explains His Greatest Weakness
Novak Djokovic recently had a talk with Graham Bensinger where they talked about many things. One of those things was Novak’s greatest weakness. Novak thought a lot about it and replied,
“My greatest weakness, and my greatest strength at the same time, is my ability or inability to comprehend things on a deeper level. To be more concrete, I feel I am at my best when I understand that the power comes from within. And whatever is happening outside, I can solve it inside.”
This answer is a complicated one but it is something that we have come to expect from the Serb as he thinks very differently. Speaking of thinking differently, he went on to talk about vulnerability and how it is actually a good thing. He said,
“Vulnerability is a beautiful thing cause when you are vulnerable you are emotional, you are freed, you are kind and you are loving. So, vulnerability is beautiful to show especially for men. I see men a lot of times not show this because you have to be macho all the time but I think it shows me my weaknesses.”
It was definitely interesting to get a taste of Novak’s insights and hear how he thinks. Some may agree with it, some may not, but this is his way of thinking and it has worked very well for him. He has been one of the most dominating players in tennis and has had very few setbacks.
The Serb is also not done yet and will definitely be hoping to dominate more by winning some more titles. He will be able to do that once the ATP Tour returns from suspension in August.