Novak Djokovic is unsure if he will play on the next Australian Open

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Novak Djokovic is unsure if he will play on the next Australian Open
Novak Djokovic is unsure if he will play on the next Australian Open

One of the best tennis players of all time, Novak Djokovic, said that it is not in his hands to perform at the Australian Open at the beginning of next year, at the Grand Slam tournament where he was banned from performing at the beginning of this year 2022.

“It’s really not in my hands right now,” Djokovic said on Thursday at the Laver Cup. “So I’m hoping I will get some positive news”. “I don’t have any regrets. I mean, I do feel sad that I wasn’t able to play [at the US Open], but that was a decision that I made, and I knew what the consequences would be,” he said Thursday.

“So I accepted them, and that’s it”. This year, Djokovic was banned from the Australian Open and the US Open due to his refusal to be vaccinated against the corona virus. He won the Wimbledon tournament, and otherwise he holds the record for the number of titles at the Australian Open, where he won as many as nine times throughout his career (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020 and 2021).

years). Djokovic was also asked about his rival on the field, Roger Federer, who announced his retirement from tennis a few days ago. "The way he went about his business, on and off the court, has secured him a huge deal of popularity around the world.

He has deserved that because he has been so perfect, on and off the court - with his results and career, but also with his personality. He has gathered a lot of sympathy with sports fans around the world and his greatness will live forever." "We had the best locker room moments, the funniest ones, at the Laver Cup.

Just the conversations that we normally don't have on the tour because we are rivals. We don't normally hang out together as we all have our teams and our families that we stick to, which is normal and logical," he said.

Djokovic found a way of including Federer, Nadal, and Andy Murray.

"Okay, so Rafa's strength and physical and mental strength.

I would take Roger's serve and forehand, and I would take Andy Murray's defense and return. I won't put myself in the mix, but I think that kind of player is already pretty good!"

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