People Today say my mental Strength, all-court game remind them about Djokovic


19 year old American Brandon Nakashima says lots of individuals have advised him that his psychological strength and all-court match remind them of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, of Serbia. Nakashima has been given a wild card to the forthcoming 2020 US Open singles main draw and before this, he’ll also participate in the draw in the Western & Southern Open, that is also performed in New York weekly.

American Brandon Nakashima says folks have compared him to World No. 1 Novak Djokovic

Talking to the US Open site, the youthful American states,”When I was younger, I do not believe I compared myself to anybody, but as I got old at the juniors and today as a specialist, people have stated my psychological strength and my all-court match remind them about Novak.”

While he’s only been carrying his first steps on the primary excursion, the San Deigo native states his aim remains to eventually become World No. 1 later on. “I only need to keep improving and continue nicely and growing my game and performing well in the Grand Slams.

that I wish to be No. 1 in the world daily.” Nakashima says besides playing tennis, he also enjoys the fact that playing tour empowers one to travel to various towns and experience various cultures. “I certainly enjoy the traveling a good deal.

Only going around to the various cities and experiencing the various cultures was really cool up to now. I believe just fulfilling all these players has only been fantastic and given me a lot of life lessons” The US Open starts in New York in the end of August and will be the first Grand Slam about the circuit following the tennis shutdown in March.

The Western & Southern Open is scheduled to start on 20th August. Brandon Nakashima is now ranked No. 220 from the entire world also has a career high ATP singles ranking of No. 218. At the juniors, he attained a career-high position of No.

3 and won the ITF Junior Experts in 2018. He’s won two ITF singles titles in his career up to now. In addition, he produced his World TeamTennis introduction in 2020, also played with the Chicago Smash within their first season. His mom grew up in Vietnam and moved to California as a kid while his dad is of Japanese ancestry and was born in California.


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