“I want to be ready physically and mentally”: Novak Djokovic shares tournament he wants to peak for after Monte-Carlo Masters

Anything else is a bonus admits Novak Djokovic as he sets his sights firmly on an elusive part of his collection, an Olympic Games gold medal.
Even disregarding a certain clay court major as a ‘little tournament called Wimbledon’, it is all about ticking off one of the final missing pieces of the Novak Djokovic puzzle as he begins with clay court preparation over the next month before Roland Garros.
He said that he wants to play his best tennis by Paris albeit that could be Roland Garros or it could be the Paris Olympics in May and July respectively. But seemingly it is the Olympic Games. His old coach Goran Ivanisevic even has said that he believes he will claim it and rediscover his form ahead of it. Saliant thoughts from the World No.1.
“The Paris Olympics are very important – the Olympics have always been a priority for me,” he said. “But in the last three or four Olympics, it’s not been possible for me to reach the later stages [the final].

“The situation is a bit different now. We are playing our first Olympics on clay. I want to be ready physically and mentally.”
“It’s all about building my game for clay courts. I want to reach my peak for Paris – that’s where I want to play my best tennis. Anything else is a bonus, so let’s see what happens.”
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