Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, who was not allowed to participate in the recent Australian Open due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine restriction, will participate in the main draws of the tournament that will be held on January 16 and 29, 2023.
According to the information on the organization’s website, the tennis players who will participate in the main draws of the first Grand Slam tournament of the season have been announced.
In the men’s singles, Spain’s world number 1 Carlos Alcaraz, as well as compatriot Rafael Nadal, who has 22 grand slam victories, and Djokovic, who was ousted from Australia in eventful fashion before the tournament last year, are among the names included in the tournament. The drawing.
Djokovic, who is the most successful tennis player in the history of the tournament with 9 championships, was unable to do so despite announcing that he would participate in the last organization of the Australian Open with a medical exemption decision. A medical waiver was not accepted for the Serbian tennis player who was sent from the airport to the hotel where refugees are being held, his visa was canceled and he was not allowed to enter the country.
Meanwhile, tennis favorites such as Polish number one Iga Swiatek and Tunisian world number two Anas Jabeur will also take part in the tournament in women’s singles.
Russian and Belarusian tennis players, including Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Arina Sabalenka and Daria Kasatkina, will compete for the title of neutral athletes, as in previous tournaments.
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