'Novak Djokovic Made It Clear In That Match', Says Top Analyst

«Novak Djokovic made it clear in that match,» says top analyst

Novak Djokovic closed his 2022 with a flourish, triumphing for the sixth time at the ATP Finals and equaling Roger Federer’s record. The former world number 1 left out Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev, Daniil Medvedev, Taylor Fritz and Casper Ruud, proving that he is still the man to beat.

Despite a season heavily conditioned by his decision not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus, the Serbian phenomenon managed to win Wimbledon, the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, the ATP Finals in Turin, the ATP 500 in Astana and the ATP 250 in Tel Aviv.

In addition to matching his idol Pete Sampras with seven wins at Church Road, the 35-year-old Belgrade native has moved just one distance behind Rafael Nadal in the rankings of all Grand Slams. The Serb will try to join the 2023 Australian Open, after being authorized by the local government to travel to Australia next January.

After a few weeks of negotiations, the three-year ban on the Serb was lifted. Although Novak Djokovic was recently authorized by the government to travel to Australian territory in order to participate in the Australian Open (January 16-29, 2023), the Serb should, according to various Serbian media, start his year with the ATP 250. from Adelaide. , scheduled from 2 to 8 January.

Nole will not be the only one to start his season in Adelaide as Andy Murray has confirmed his involvement in a statement. «Playing at the Adelaide International for the first time is something I’m very excited about.

The Australian public loves tennis and has always been very supportive of me. I have worked a lot in the pre-season and the Adelaide International will be a great preparation for the Australian Open. I am really looking forward to seeing what Adelaide and 2023 have in store for me,» said the Briton.

Oddo reflects on Djokovic

Despite having a limited 2022 season, Novak Djokovic showed that his game in general has no limits, at least, that’s what journalist Chris Oddo believes. «Isn’t it funny how people panic and tend to think, ‘Novak Djokovic is not doing well, he’s shaking for a change, that’s it, he’s going to fall down and lose this match’, it’s like, isn’t it? «We didn’t do this before, do we doubt him physically or his limitations or whatever,» said Chris Odo.

«He made it clear in that match and throughout the tournament, and really throughout the season, that he has no limits. He’s still there physically and mentally. Eventually, he’s going to hit the wall at some age, maybe 36, 37 or 38. But He’s the number 1 player on everyone’s mind right now,» he added.

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