“I don’t believe in limits. I think limits are only illusions of your ego or your mind. I definitely want to go for a long time, but I know that at the same I’ll have to maintain the right principles and the routine to maintain the health and wellbeing of my body, mind and soul.”
“I’m aware that the tempo, and the amount of tournaments that I am playing is going to decrease very soon, so I will not be able to play on this intensity with this many tournaments and this much travelling for a long time.” “I might be playing at 40, but then there will probably be a focus on the biggest tournaments and the tournaments that mean the most to me.
Djokovic says reiterated the notion that he is hoping to finish with the all-time Grand Slam titles record, as well as most weeks at No.1.
“I think that I still have things to do in the sport,” he said. “I believe I can win most Slams and break the record for longest [time at] No.1. Those are definitely my clear goals but at the same time they are not the only thing that motivates me, on a daily basis. It’s not sustainable. It doesn’t fuel me every day. What fuels me every day is something that is more related to my growth.”