Djokovic pleased about court repair in Charleroi

by: Matt Cronin February 02, 2013

Novak Djokovic praises the efforts of the ground staff who worked to repair the clay court in Charleroi, Belgium, which the subject of concern prior to Serbia’s 3-0 Davis Cup victory.

“The ITF and everyone who came here to analyze the conditions of the court, they were not happy,” Djokovic told Davis Cup.com. “The court was unplayable yesterday. It’s unfortunate to say that but its realty and today was a significant improvement and on behalf all players I want to thank people who put in hard work and make court playable.”

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