This season of Wimbledon is filled with drama, key players are either out of the tournament or injured. This post is dedicated to one player who is a star and plays his strokes with a lot of fire power; ladies and gentlemen I give you Novak Djokovic. Novak Djokovic is the winner of six grand slam titles and he is the first man to win three consecutive Australian Open titles. Djokovic is the most talented and greatest professional tennis player of all times. Certainly there is no doubt about his professional achievements but I want to expose his funny side.
Let’s explore the comic side of Djokovic, he was seen imitating Maria Sharapova in Wimbledon against a charity match played against Sharapova’s boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov. Djokovic was also doing Gangnam style dance with Serena Williams at Australia Kids day.
Clip 1 – Djokovic imitates Maria Sharapova
Clip 2 – Djokovic and Serena Williams doing Gangnam Style
For a fighter it’s all about wining but to win fare and square, they have to put everything on the line. Broken bones, cracked ribs, nose bleed and excruciating pain, these are common to a fighters life but their dreams is real and winning is the only criterion. I read somewhere that it’s all about wining; winning battles but the magic lies in fighting battles beyond endurance and it’s the magic of risking everything for a dream that nobody sees but you.
Everyone is like a fighter in this world but only a few give hundred percent to achieve their dreams. For some people dreams are only there to get through the day but for some they are the sole purpose of their survival. Life is the stubborn evil that will play by its rules, constantly throwing some obstacles in your way even distorting your ideologies and philosophies. All your training, the bloodshed in achieving your dreams will seem like a waste.
Like a fighter we too have to fight, sometimes what life throws at us or fight our inner self to stay in control or to stay sane because there are no teams, there are no buddies, in this ring of life you are alone, only you. Life is like a boxing ring the boxer has to face several rounds to be a winner but in life the rounds are enduring. Muhammad Ali said “champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill and the will. But the will must be stranger than the skill.” In life the will to win is the essential ingredient to success and when you keep fighting and endure you will find the key to life, the key to winning.
“Life is like a boxing match,
Defeat is declared not when you fall, But when you refuse to stand again.”