Novak Djokovic is known for his ice-cold mentality in the tennis court. Time and again he has overcome obstacles and proved his mettle, while maintaining his nerves. It is no surprise whatsoever that he is one of the greatest of all times. With 17 Grand Slam Titles to his name, Djokovic is going strong and still has plenty of tennis left in him. His performance has landed him numerous contracts and endorsements. French automobile giants, Peugeot is one of them.
We see Novak Djokovic in a recent commercial video by Peugeot. The commercial aims to announce the involvement of the brand in electric automobiles, keeping Djokovic as the face of the company. The short commercial gives an insight into Djokovic’s young age where he was confident about being number 1. The video also focuses on the shots Djokovic loved as a kid.
“What I love most about tennis is forehand, backhand, and volley. I will be number 1 someday“, Djokovic said.
Closely following up, Djokovic makes his appearance and speaks for the electric segment of Peugeot. Justifying his preference for calm and silence, it was a witty way to promote the noiseless electric engines.
“I used to talk a lot, now I prefer silence. Something quiet. Don’t need to be loud to be efficient. It is time to move to electric.”
Novak Djokovic is an exceptional tennis player. His calm and composed attribute gives him an undue advantage over other players in the circuit. Most of the players get heated and lose their focus. Djokovic on the other hand maintains his silence and continues to focus on what lies ahead.
Djokovic’s performances this year is the greatest example of how he keeps his cool. The Serbian has been in the news for a long time owing to controversies in 2020. To begin with, his controversial Adria Tour followed by his statements on vaccination. If these two weren’t enough, his abrupt end to the US Open 2020 following the ‘default’ added fuel to the already burning fire.
However, keeping every controversy at bay, Djokovic maintained his form. Winning the Western and Southern Open, followed by the Italian Open in Rome, Djokovic proved that he might be in a muddle, but his performance is still something to be jealous of.
Coming into the French Open 2020, World Number 1 is having a great time. Demolishing his first two opponents with ease, he set up his third-round clash against Daniel Galan of Columbia. The 17x Grand Slam champion has claimed appreciation from some of the greatest tennis players to grace the court. Considering his form, he is one of the favorites to clinch La Coupe des Mousquetaires in Paris.