Adriano Panatta, 73, is not a big fan of Novak Djokovic. Former world number 4, the Italian commentated live on television on the Serbian's match against Jannik Sinner on Tuesday evening at the Turin Masters. And he didn’t appreciate “Nole’s” behavior.
“Have you ever seen Federer or Nadal behave like Djokovic did tonight? Panatta said. I would have bet anything that he was going to try to stop the match to break the rhythm, he always does it. First the bath, then the physiotherapist, he tries everything. I don’t like this attitude at all.”
Djokovic's stratagems did not seem to disturb Sinner, who won in three sets (7-5, 6-7, 7-6).