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Tennis. Djokovic will start his season in Adelaide to prepare for the Australian Open

On November 17, during the Turin Masters, Novak Djokovic confirmed the rumors. After being banned from traveling to Australia for three years, immigration authorities will allow him to play in the first Grand Slam of 2023 (January 16-29). “ It’s a relief “, he said. “ Having a clear vision now, knowing what I’m going to do in the off-season to start the season in Australia, that also certainly takes some pressure off me. At the age of 36, the Serbian (5:e world player) will aim for 10e crown in Melbourne.

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Novak Djokovic has revealed that the Adelaide International (which starts on January 2) will be his first tournament of 2023, according to Australian website 9 News. It will mark his big return to Australia after the lifting of the travel ban. country.

Speaking on 2GB’s Wide World of Sports radio in November, Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge welcomed the decision to overturn Djokovic’s ban in recent weeks. :” I think that’s the best scenario for the tournament because we want the best players to play at the Australian Open. »

Former Australian Open head coach Paul McNamee has told The Age he hopes Novak Djokovic can win a historic 10th title after proving he is “ principled person Twelve months after he was expelled from the country after then-immigration minister Alex Hawke deemed he had the potential to stoke anti-vaccination sentiment.

Source: Le Figaro

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