Novak Djokovic creates further confusion over the contents of his water bottle during the Wimbledon quarter-finals. So the tennis professional refuses to give an explanation and rather claims that it is a “magic potion”.
Djokovic leaves questions about the drink unanswered: Novak Djokovic and the contents of his drinking bottle during the quarter-final game against Jannik Sinner continue to cause a stir. However, when asked, the Serbian tennis star refused to go into detail, as reported by the “Daily Mail”. Rather, it just says, “Magic potion, that’s all I can say. You will soon find out more.” Otherwise, the 35-year-old is currently unable to talk about his “magic potion”.
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Fans suspect isotonic powder: Djokovic almost inhaled the contents of his bottle after changing sides in the match against Sinner. At first, many fans believed it was isotonic powder and water.
Djokovic in the Wimbledon final: Djokovic is in the Wimbledon final and is still one win away from his 21st Grand Slam title. He faces Nick Kyrgios in the final on Sunday.