Novak Djokovic will hold a press conference in Belgrade tomorrow

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Novak Djokovic will hold a press conference in Belgrade tomorrow
Novak Djokovic will hold a press conference in Belgrade tomorrow

Novak Djokovic will hold a press conference in Belgrade tomorrow. "In a few days I will tell everything. But now I can't anticipate anything, sorry. I have decided to hold a press conference. There I will answer all your questions.

I have already organized it with my communication team, the invitations for the press they will arrive soon." The Serbian champion promised it a few days ago to the Serbian media and so it was. Tomorrow, Nole will hold a press conference in Belgrade in which he will presumably clarify the physical problem with his hamstring he accused during his triumphal ride at the Australian Open 2023.

There were many controversies involving him. Many have advanced the hypothesis that the Serbian champion exaggerated his injury, others such as the director of the Australian Grand Slam, Craig Tiley defended him staunchly by saying that he competed with a three-centimeter hamstring tear.

Novak Djokovic will hold a press conferece tomorrow: the situation

According to the latest rumors, he trained without any particular problems. There is no trace of any type of bandage, proof that the injury has now been disposed of.

The truth will in all likelihood come out of the person concerned, who could also give important indications on the planning of the next tournaments in which he will take part. Almost certainly, the world number one, who on Monday equaled Steffi Graf, in the all-time ranking of tennis players with the most weeks at the top of the Ranking, will play the Dubai 500 tournament, which begins next week.

To understand then whether or not he will have the opportunity to be able to attend the Sunshine Double, a term that indicates the pairing of the Indian Wells - Miami 1000 American tournaments, which will take place in March in Florida and California.

The 22-time Grand Slam champion is regularly registered but the US government has yet to comment on the law, which currently does not allow unvaccinated people to enter the country. On the other hand, there will be no doubts about his presence in the fourth and last Major which will be played between August and September in Flushing Meadows.

We are obviously talking about the US Open, which in recent years has seen various tennis players alternate in victory, including Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, Rafa Nadal and lastly Carlos Alcaraz. However, the New York title has been missing from Nole's bulletin board for 5 years.

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