Unusually, Novak Djokovic did not make a big celebration for the success of winning the Australian Open. He quickly returned to Europe to prepare for the French Open.
Djokovic had just recorded history as the first player to win the Australian Open three times in a row. In the final held on Sunday (27/01/2013) and he won four sets against Andy Murray.
If in the previous occasion he was a champion always followed by holding parties and posing with the trophy the next day, this time Djokovic missed that sessions. He immediately flew to Europe on Monday. Mentioned that the 25-year tennis player to immediately make preparations to be able to win the French Open, which will be held in late May.
"Of course, I want to hurry to prepare for the French Open. I'll take it all, I have no reason not to believe in myself," Djokovic said when asked about the priority of his French Open title or be number one.
Djokovic so far has collected six Grand Slam titles, four obtained in Australia and one each at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. French Open is the only one who had never won, where last year he reached the finals but lost to the king of clay, Rafael Nadal.