The Spaniard Rafael Nadal (6) explained in reference to the possible absence of Novak Djokovic (1) that “There is no tennis player who is above an event like the Australian Open” in his press conference prior to the start of the Australian ‘major’ that will take place this Monday.
“If he plays, everything is perfect, but if not, too. I wish him the best, we have done great things together for the circuit”, he added after completing his morning training with the American Taylor Fritz.
The Spanish tennis player argued that “It is important to accept that not everything is perfect after being away for six months” of the competition.
“It’s normal to make some mistakes or move a little slower. A few months ago I didn’t even know if I was going to come, so I’m very happy to be back.” The champion of 20 Grand Slam titles commented that he will face the American Marcos Giron in the first round.
“He could have faced me last week but in the end it didn’t happen. All rivals are difficult in the first round of a Grand Slam and more so in my situation. I just worry about myself and then we’ll see what’s on the other side of the track”, said the champion of the 2009 edition.
After the authorities revoked his stay visa, the tennis player Novak Djokovic was finally arrested in Australia for non-compliance with sanitary measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Court will hear this Saturday the case of the tennis star in an emergency hearing, Djokovic will appear as a witness. The procedure will be led by Circuit and Family Judge Anthony Kelly.
The second cancellation is the new episode of this story. Despite his fame and his titles, both politicians and members of the Justice have agreed that he should be deported in accordance with the country’s regulations.
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