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Australian Open: Novak Djokovic hits back at critics accusing him of ‘faking’ a hamstring injury


‘When others are injured, they are victims. When it is me, I’m faking it’: Novak Djokovic bites back at critics accusing him of exaggerating a hamstring injury, insisting he is using it as ‘motivation’ as he cruises into the Australian Open quarter-finals

  • Novak Djokovic has angrily denied he’s been exaggerating his hamstring injury
  • The Serbian crushed Alex De Minaur in the fourth round, losing just five games
  • And the nine-time Melbourne champion is using the accusations as ‘motivation’ 

Novak Djokovic has angrily denied he has been exaggerating his hamstring…



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