Djokovic's Davis Cup Disappointment: Sinner Triumphs in Epic Clash 

By Babita Singh

Novak Djokovic acknowledged his responsibility for Serbia's Davis Cup defeat, expressing disappointment after failing to convert three match points against Jannik Sinner.

Djokovic and Kecmanovic, victorious in the opening singles rubber, faced disappointment as they were defeated by Sinner and Sonego in the doubles decider.

The world number one described the defeat as "tough to swallow," expressing his eagerness to win the Davis Cup with Serbia for the second time.

Despite anticipating a drop in Jannik Sinner's performance, Djokovic credited the Italian's relentless plaay, acknowledging his high level throughout the match.

Djokovic reflected on the bitter feeling of losing for his country, emphasizing the disappointment of coming so close to victory with three match points.

The 36-year-old Serbian player complimented Sinner's performance, recognizing his opponent's consistent high level and effective serves during critical moments.

Djokovic extended congratulations to Sinner and his team, acknowledging their deserving victory and praising Jannik's exceptional play in both singles and doubles matches.

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