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“Novak Djokovic must regret what he did”

Novak Djokovic will be able to play the next edition of the Australian Open. According to the local press, the Australian authorities seem willing to cancel the three-year sanction suffered by the Serb after the cancellation of the visa by former Immigration Minister Alex Hawke.

A story that had thrown Djokovic into the storm but would now come to a happy ending. Interviewed by the Australian newspaper The Age, the leader of the opposition Liberal Party pedro dutonAmong those who had pushed for the veto of the Serbian champion, he said he was excited about his return, but at the same time he is convinced that Djokovic must sincerely regret what happened at the beginning of the year.

He explained: “I think it’s appropriate that he’s coming back, that we’ll have a great tournament with him, although I think he has to regret what he did last year, looking at things in perspective now.”

Corretja on Djokovic: “The defeat in Paris-Bercy will do him good”

Despite his broken headphones, Novak Djokovic managed to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals for the umpteenth time.

The former world number 1, for one reason or another, has played far fewer matches this year than usual on tour, but he has earned a place among the eight participants in the Finals thanks to the victory at the Wimbledon Grand Slam and to the position in the first place. 20 players of the Race.

Djokovic who, after the Roland Garros quarterfinal against Rafael Nadal, never lost a match until the Paris-Bercy final against Holger Rune. A defeat that, according to Alex Corretja, can only do the Serbian good: “I think Novak’s motivation, for now, is to try to win everything he plays, because he has won almost every time he has played, so his confidence must be huge

The fact that he lost the final at Bercy may help ease the feeling that he can’t lose a bit. He now knows that he can lose, winning the Masters is important. the following season, trying to place myself well, because in the end you don’t want to be in eighth or seventh place, since you can face more difficult opponents in the quarterfinals.

Every time he goes up in the rankings, therefore, he is more confident for the future. I think he is a winner and he has shown that he is. He likes to show that he is better than others. So I think Novak is a huge relief to be able to play. He’s happy because he’s proving to himself and others that he’s still one of the stronger guys.”

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