What a privilege its been to watch one of the all time great mental performances from Novak Djokovic to win Roland Garros for the 2nd time.
Coming from 2 sets down when really struggling with the pressure of playing young gun Musetti in the quarter finals...
Then coming up huge when down set point in the 3rd, and a break in the 4th against Rafa to become the first player to ever beat Rafa after losing the 1st set at the French Open.
And finally again coming from 2 sets down against Tsitsipas who was playing at an insane level to win the final.
Moving forward, there's one underestimated reason that, barring injury, Novak Djokovic will end up winning several more Grand Slams than either Roger or Rafa.
And that is that he has taken the dedication to off-court mental fitness training to a level never seen before in the sport.
Love him or loathe him, he will earn his place as the greatest male player ever in part because he has worked harder than any other player in developing mental toughness, which was a relative weakness for him early in his career.
Check out his reflections after the final on his dedication to mental toughness in the video above...
To learn how you, your players, or your child can work on the exercises that are of the same sort that Novak has reported working on 15min per day click here
And to honour his incredible achievement use the coupon: DJOKOVIC until the timer hits zero for 20% discount.
Have a great day :-)
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