Djokovic’s Year: From scandal in Australia to favorite at Roland Garros


The Serbian, already a six-time champion at Foro Italico, has fine-tuned his game, physicality and attitude at a crucial moment of the season.

Djokovic celebrates his victory in Rome.
Djokovic celebrates his victory in Rome.Fabio FrustseeEFE
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After the scandalous episode of the Australian Open, where he tried in vain to play without being vaccinated against COVID, appealed for medical exemption amid the pandemic, there were many doubts about his professional future. Novak Djokovik, He missed a chance to lift to his twenty-first Major in a tournament where he was a nine-time champion. Not only this. Two weeks later he saw how Rafael NadalAlmost fresh from a long period off the slopes due to a foot injury that now puts him in position again, won the tournament and broke the triple tie in the heights.

At 34, Married and Father of Two Kids, It Was Justified to Think noelle was shocked, that it would not only be difficult for him to compete again at the highest level, but it would also be difficult to restore the image damaged by the tragic events he played in Melbourne. Far from making corrections, he remained adamant on rejecting the vaccine, which also prevented him from going on a North American hard court tour. I was in Dubai again before. He won two games and lost in the quarter-finals to the then 123-year-old Jiri Vesely. He later briefly dropped to No. 1 in the world for the benefit of Daniil Medvedev., He was not seen again until Montecarlo, the town he lives in.

Tired, out of shape, he bowed in debut against the Spanish Alexander Davydovich, eventually a finalist. Shortly after, at the ATP 250 in Belgrade, he suffered in each match until he fainted in the final set of the final. Andrey Rublev: 6-0. He arrived in Madrid with a low profile with a cautious speech and serious gesture. Slowly he was taking steps in the right direction, until he collapsed into quarters before being pushed Carlos Alcarazu, Angered by the defeat, he gave a quick and brief press conference, where he said that he would probably value the tennis he played during the tournament after the game’s disappointment in later days.

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After winning the Masters 1000 for the sixth time in Rome, without missing a second set, Djokovic begins to demonstrate his best-of-time talent. Six days before the start of Roland Garros, no one will convince them to re-validate the title, Stephanos TsitsipasThe man who picked up two unfavorable sets in last year’s final in Paris could only clear the score: 6-0 and 7-6(5).

I was surprised at how I played the first set, said Balkan, who had already raised his level a lot in the last two games. Felix Auger-Aliasimus and Casper Roode, Accurate in serve, with 70% overall, which was 81% in that first set, and vengeful in the rest, which has always been one of the best signs of his identity, he showed a sharp and creative game, contrasting changing direction with direction only he knows how to do it,

Djokovic, who turns 35 on the 22nd of Roland Garros’ debut date, will appear in Paris as a member of the 1,000-win club, a record he reached in the semi-final against Rudd. He would do so with 38 Masters 1000, opening a gap in the lead, with two more than Nadal. And with his first title, the 86th title of his career, after securing it indoors at Paris-Bercy on 7 November.

This year, whatever has happened in Australia, it has taken me a while to find my balance mentally and physically, he said after securing his seventh win in nine matches against Tsitsipas.

On balance time after the Dirt Tour, without forgetting Stefanos Tsitsipas, who re-validated his title in Monte Carlo and finished runner-up in Rome, Only Carlos Alcaraz, champion in Madrid and in Conde de God, has a better balance than Djokovic, Waiting for its development after the first resentment Shapovalov Due to his chronic leg injury, Nadal, the 13-time champion at Roland Garros, may be among a limited number of candidates for the title, although he only comes in with a quarter-final in Madrid and an eighth in Rome.

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