The 2022 tennis season has come to an end, the players are now limited to playing exhibitions and only a few have already started training for the new season. There is less than a month left for the reopening of the ATP circuit in 2023: there is the United Cup and more, the Australian season is getting closer and many fans are waiting impatiently for it.
The first big event of the year is undoubtedly the 2023 Australian Open, an event that will begin with two great certainties. Roger Federer will no longer be around, the tennis player had in fact already resigned a few years ago due to physical problems, but in 2022, towards the end and during the Laver Cup, he played his last match.
Now Roger is busy with advertising campaigns and has ended his career, but tennis looks forward. After last year’s pantomime, this time there will be no problems and Novak Djokovic will participate in the 2023 Australian Open.
In these hours the Entry List of the tournament has been published and obviously Novak Djokovic is in it, but not only. A rich program is planned with some of the youngest and most interesting tennis players on the world scene.
The 2023 Australian Open is just over a month away and it will be the first time as number one in a Slam for the young Spanish talent Carlos Alcaraz. The Enfant Prodige of world tennis won his last major in New York and now there is curiosity as to whether the 19-year-old will be able to repeat it in 2023.
Alcaraz leads ahead of defending champion Rafa Nadal: the Spaniard finished badly in 2022 (a bit like 2021) and remains one of the big favourites.
Nole wants to hook Nadal
Novak Djokovic has been recognized as the “best ambassador of Serbia in the world” by the association 321 Serbia.
But having been unable to attend the ceremony, his father, Srdjan, collected the prize for him and delivered an extremely strong speech on Nole’s childhood in the former Yugoslavia. “Novak worked during the bombings and the sanctions, the destruction of Serbia and the Serbian people.
He rose from the ashes that were sprinkled on us. Novak showed that nothing is impossible when you really want it. In the worst moments, he trained under the bombs, but he did not give up. With his work and his efforts, he showed that he came from a fantastic nation, the Serbian nation.
Be proud to be Serbs and that Novak is part of the Serbian people”, proclaimed the father of the man with 21 Grand Slam titles.
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