TALKING WITH... NIKOLA DJORDJEVIC
April, 2004 continued
A: "School wise, I'm a financing major. I'm vague on where that's going to lead. I know I like it so far. Tennis... I want to be the best possible, to give everything I have. In the end I believe I have the skills. If my mind is there. If I really believe that I can do something. I think the biggest opponent is not a player, it's not the teams I play, it's myself. If I'm able to achieve that. If I'm able to completely put myself aside of all that's around me that I can control, that would be amazing.|
I notice at some times I'm more concerned about how people react than actually living the moment and enjoying what's happening right now. I really think I'm a tall guy, I have a good body for tennis. I'm a talented player. Of course people practice more and they have more people to take care of them, but if I was put in that situation only my mind would make a difference."
Q: What has been your most exciting tennis moment?
Q: What tournament haven't you played yet that you most want to play?
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