Regardless of a tough 2022, Novak Djokovic has reaffirmed that he’s the strongest participant on this planet. The previous ATP number one paid dearly for his determination to not get vaccinated in opposition to the Coronavirus, having to overlook the Australian Open and the US Open.
The Serbian phenomenon suffered critical picture injury as a result of Australian cleaning soap opera, along with having to overlook your entire Masters 1000 in the US. The 35-year-old from Belgrade turned his season round by profitable Wimbledon for the fourth time in a row, the seventh time general.
Nole has additionally received the ATP Finals, the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, the Astana ATP 500 and the Tel Aviv ATP 250. A few weeks in the past the information broke that he’ll be capable to play the Australian Open 2023. In actual fact, the native authorities has lifted the three-year ban on his head.
Goran Ivanisevic’s protégé will search his tenth Slam at Melbourne Park, which might enable him to hitch Rafael Nadal with 22 Slams. Janko Tipsarevic, captain of the Serbian workforce within the “North Palmyra Trophy” (the controversial exhibition organized in Saint Petersburg), spoke about his compatriot Novak Djokovic.
“From my point of view, Nole Djokovic is the best tennis player of all time. The bans related to his vaccination status did not stop him. He won five titles in 2022 and finished the season in the Top 5, an incredible achievement considering who had to miss two Slams and several Masters 1000.
He showed that he is still the strongest player in the world,” Tipsarevic stated. Just lately, even Mats Wilander praised the Serbian star: “Novak had to miss the Australian Open and the US Open this year, which is a real shame for him and for tennis in general.”
Nole desires to win the AOs
Novak Djokovic stays “the best player” on this planet and he’ll “add gravy and gravitas” to the 2023 Australian tennis summer season with doubles nice Paul McNamee saying he’s the favorite to win subsequent 12 months’s Australian Open.
“People forget that he set up the COVID vaccination clinics in Serbia, and that his own son’s vaccinated,” he stated. “It’s just what he believes for him – but it’s obviously not what mainstream beliefs are, and fair enough.
I’m vaccinated and it’s a personal choice. I was very disappointed with how it went down … that’s the way it goes, isn’t it? But it’s in the past now. I think this is a great Australian Open to be looking forward to, and with the United Cup kicking off the season, I think we’re going to have a big summer. Novak certainly adds gravy and gravitas to the whole thing”.