Novak Djokovic2022 was an atypical year and far from simple. The champion’s personal decision not to carry out the Covid vaccine cost Nole dearly, who, excluded from several tournaments, skipped the entire Australian Open and the United States Open, in addition to all the tournaments played in Australia and in the United States. .
The story in Australia was really almost grotesque, with Nole coming to the country to play, looking ready to play, but he was banned from the tournament and banned from the country. A bad story, but one that apparently will not be repeated.
As reported by the Australian media and specifically the tabloid 9News Melbourne, the Australian government has decided to cancel the three-year sanction of the Serb with Nole who will be authorized to play the Australian Open 2023.
Great news for Nole and for all his fans with Nole so they can participate in the tournament where he has won many times.
The latest on Novak Djokovic
It has been a very difficult year for Novak Djokovic, the Serb has returned several times to what happened in Australia and to the many exclusions that have changed his career anyway.
However, the season saw Nole win several tournaments and among them the Balkan champion triumphed at Wimbledon, beating Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios in the final. Nole, at 35, is still one of the strongest tennis players in the world and he is proving it time and time again.
These days Nole is busy at the ATP Finals in Turin, where he made his debut yesterday against the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas. A very balanced match but with the Serbian tennis player who prevailed in two sets. Nole’s goal at the 2022 ATP Finals is to try to match Roger Federer’s record.
Now Nole is the big favorite and, eventually, by winning these Finals, he would catch up with Roger Federer with 6 Finals wins. Incredible numbers for one of the greatest athletes of all time. And that now he too is close to reinstatement. Novak Djokovic smiles, a golden moment for him and his fans.