As one of the greatest boxers in the sport’s history, Mike Tyson has carved out a niche for himself. In addition to that, he is a true student of history, art, and many other areas. The seasoned boxer shows he is a true athlete by engaging in a variety of sports. In one instance, the sports person expressed his enthusiasm for tennis and who he most admires.
Tyson mentioned in an interview, “Novak Djokovic is my favorite at the moment. If he is okay, I really like to watch him.”
“He is my favorite because the way he has come back from injury and beaten guys like Nadal and Federer is amazing. He is a true fighter.”
‘Iron Mike’ is frequently spotted watching tennis matches from the stands. It appears that the fighter has chosen a tennis player who exhibits the same destructive ethos as Mike Tyson. He expressed how much he admires Novak Djokovic and what the tennis player is doing for the sport.
Mike Tyson’s daughter Milan rallies against Novak Djokovic in a tennis match
Tennis records are already expected to be broken by 14-year-old Milan Tyson. The prodigy is consistent in her sport, and her future is promising for a successful career. The youngster also competed against top-ranked tennis player Djokovic.
Tyson discussed how tennis altered his life during a conversation with tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou. Despite all of his accomplishments and wealth, his daughter playing tennis is still more significant for him.
The former world champion stated, “She’s(Milan) bigger than everything in our life now. I see her transcending into something she would never have before if she hadn’t got involved in tennis. She has confidence. At 11/12 years old, she has confidence in herself.”
The little kid is already on the path to becoming a champion like her father. Let’s watch to see how her professional career develops. Moreover, Tyson himself has an inclination for tennis. Once, he was spotted in the stands with Killian Mbappe during the French Open. On another occasion, he shared a video in which he was training tennis star Serena Williams for boxing.