Djokovic’s coach has spoken for the primary time for the reason that world No 1 crashed out of the French Open to Nadal within the quarter-final. And he claimed that the Spaniard was capable of win matches even when he wasn’t the higher participant because the “king” and “proprietor” of Court docket Philippe-Chatrier.“In the event you take a look at the semi-final – Zverev was the higher participant, he most likely ought to have been two units to like up, however for the time being when that horrible harm occurred, he had not received the primary or the second set,” Ivanisevic advised Tennis Majors. The 25-year-old led by a break within the first set earlier than it was taken to a tiebreak and led the breaker 6-2 earlier than shedding it 10-8.He then served for the second set however was damaged again in what was the eighth break of the set and Nadal compelled one other tiebreak however Zverev injured his ankle and could possibly be heard crying out in ache. He was then taken off the courtroom in a wheelchair and re-emerged on crutches to retire after three hours of play.JUST IN: Rafael Nadal problem presents ‘not possible process’ for Casper Ruud“Rafa used what Novak gave to him – he’s the king and an proprietor of this courtroom, and he doesn’t permit you to have lapses, you pay for them instantly.” Like Zverev within the semi-final, Djokovic had his personal lead over Nadal within the fourth set of their last-eight conflict.Final yr’s champion was 5-2 up within the fourth and had two set factors however Nadal managed to avoid wasting them and drive a tiebreak, successful it to seal a four-set victory. And the 2001 Wimbledon champion admitted that the 36-year-old deserved to win the match after Djokovic’s dips in momentum. “Novak had too many ups and downs, whereas Rafa was constant and he completely deserved to win that match,” Ivanisevic mentioned.