A hopeful Novak Djokovic comments on his chances to play at the Australian Open next year

Novak DjokovicThe 35-year-old Serbian tennis player is considered by millions around the world as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. With 21 grand slam titles to his name, the Serbian has proven himself to be one of the all-time greats in tennis.

Djokovic has always been an icon of sportsmanship, but since the beginning of the pandemic, the Serb has been surrounded by controversy. Earlier this year, Novak Djokovic was expelled from Australia and was unable to compete at the Australian Open.

However, the Serb is allegedly allowed to play at next year’s Australian Open. Talking about his chances to compete with Eurosport, Djokovic said, “I can only hope, that’s all I can say. The decision is not in my hands.

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Novak Djokovic to compete with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in Laver Cup

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

The Serbian is having problems qualifying for grand slam tournaments due to his unvaccinated status. Djokovic was not allowed to compete in the last US Open for the same reason. However, it will play 2022 Laver Cup.

The 3-day tournament is scheduled in London, where Djokovic can enter without any vaccination requirements. Laver Cup will also be Djokovic’s arch-rival and Big-3 member. Roger FedererHis retirement as a Swiss maestro is about to end his 24-year career.

While Djokovic is absent from the recently concluded US Open, he will be expecting good news from Australia. In the absence of Djokovic this year, Raphael Nadal He managed to win the Grand Slam in Melbourne, thus taking the lead in the race for most majors for the first time.

Nadal defeated Djokovic. 2022 French Open won the quarterfinals and then the championship, now in 22 majors. However, Djokovic narrowed the gap by winning 2022 Wimbledon, but still lags behind Nadal. Djokovic would keep his fingers crossed to get a chance to play next year as he has a record 9 wins in Melbourne.

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