Alcaraz Reacts To Us Open Poster That Left Out Novak Djokovic

Alcaraz reacts to the US Open poster that left out Novak Djokovic

Carlos Alcaraz reacted on Twitter after seeing the US Open Batman-style poster that left Novak Djokovic out. The ATP world number four wrote 3 emojis to describe the poster: one meaning he is dazzled, one with the Statue of Liberty and one with a tennis ball.

The reaction denotes the illusion of the young Spaniard to play the US Open this year. Alcaraz didn’t say anything about Novak Djokovic’s absence from the card, even though he is a big fan of the Big Three.

«I’m trying to watch the training sessions of the best players,» Alcaraz said, according to Eurosport. «[Dan] Evans, I think you play very well on grass. I’m trying to copy some stuff from the best. I always watch videos of Federer, Djokovic, Rafa, Andy (Murray) too, trying to copy their moves and stuff.»

The US Open leaves Djokovic out of the artistic poster of Batman

Novak Djokovic was left out of a Batman artwork posted on the US Open Instagram account, confirming the Serb’s absence from the tournament. The US Open captioned the post, «The city is calling.»

Many fans reacted to the artwork wondering where Nole was. It is almost certain that he will miss this year’s edition because he has not been immunized. Related: US Open leaves Djokovic out of Batman poster art, showing he’s unlikely to play Although many politicians have tried to persuade the Biden administration to allow Djokovic to compete at the US Open in 2022, the chances they are scarce.

In the last two months, Djokovic has received a lot of support, including from American politicians. Several US senators criticized the rule barring Djokovic from entering the country, but the Joe Biden administration failed to implement the change Djokovic wanted.

Even Daniil Medvedev, who defeated Djokovic in the US Open final last year, expressed his desire to see Djokovic at Flushing Meadows this year.

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