Novak Djokovic suffered discomfort on Wednesday while training ahead of the Australian Open at the Melbourne Park facility.
Serbia Novak Djokovic have the opportunity to compete in Australia. Last week he already won the tournament in Adelaide and is preparing to win his 22nd Grand Slam event. He had an appointment for training, but with referees, ball boys and other features as if it were a 75 minute match. However, he has suffered from discomfort hamstring in his left leg as he has stated to 9 News.
When he decided to call the physical therapist, he was leading 3-2 Daniil Medvedev and in the end that first set fell 6-4. At the end of that 75-minute regular-record portion, he has decided not to continue and has given way to Pablo Andújar to continue this practice match against the Russian player.
The start of the Australian Open is only a few days away, and it’s not the best news for Djokovic had these ailments. It doesn’t appear to be anything serious, but as he is at risk of it getting worse, he has decided to leave the track. Let’s see how this sensation develops for the player that Melbourne has been his fetish place. One of the sites that allowed him to get to know himself and show what a great player he is.
History is at hand again starting Monday, as Djokovic has done for one Grand Slam title marking him as the player with the most titles won in his athletic career. In Melbourne, Novak tries to be full and wants to reserve these days to do some work to recover and reach the first day of competition in the best possible situation.