Internazionali d’Italia: Novac Djokovic preferred Rome to Madrid and he is ready to prove his priorities are right.

What could Novac Djokovic and Francesco Totti have in common? Well, they were in the same tennis court in Rome, taking part in the “Tennis with Stars” charity event which was held a few days before the beginning of the Internazionali d’Italia. A top tennis tipster was there too and was in the company of various representatives of AS Roma football club such as De Rossi, Florenzi, Nainggolan, Cole, Paredes, Iturbe, Ljajic, Pjanic and Gervinho as well as the tennis players Caroline Wozniacki, Flavia Pennetta, Caroline Garcia, Luca Vanni and Juan Monaco. This was a doubles show where all the couples played out a 10 point tie-break and did their absolute best to entertain the crowd. Nole was the star, not only because of his status as number one in the world and number one seed in the tournament, but also because he was partnered with Rome’s legend Totti and thanks to his extensive Italian language knowledge the banter from their side of the court was constant.

A top tennis betting expert knows though that the jovial Djokovic left Rome as soon as the charity event ended and was replaced by his ruthless and aggressive brother. The Serbian champion has already won this tournament 3 times before, and he is totally committed to making it four and an incredible fifth title of 2015: “I needed a week off so I decided not to go to Madrid.” Djokovic said. “I have won a lot so far this season, but I have also played and travelled loads. I decided I wanted to be a full-time dad this week and spent my time with my family and my friends, but I didn’t forget to train though. I made my decision based on priorities and I am sure this is the right decision for me as Paris is right after Rome. I am feeling really well at the moment, as if everything is going in the right way for me.”

A top tennis tipster underlined that considering how the World Number One has been playing in the first four months of the season it will be a difficult season for everyone else and on clay, with an ever struggling Nadal it really does look like Nole has no rivals: “I get asked the same question every year. Is this the one where I win Rolland Garros? I know I am the favourite this year and this excites me and inspires me, but I will not let it become an obsession. As far as Nadal is concerned, we all know what kind of a player he is on clay at his best, and I can see that he is working towards reaching his top condition in time for Paris so we should all be wary.” Murray? “He was clever to get married now,” Djokovic joked, “It has given him the right mental energy.”  A top tennis pick is for Nole to be crowned champion later this week in Rome and not long after, Champion in Paris too!