The Serbian Open Tennis Championship kicked off in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On the opening day of the tournament held in Bosnia and Herzegovina this year due to development work at the Novak Tennis Center in Belgrade, Serbian athlete Novak Djokovic held a press conference.
Expressing that he had turned over a new leaf after saying goodbye to the Monte Carlo Masters in the round of 16, Djokovic said: “I am not satisfied with the result of Monte Carlo. Happy to be back in Banja Luka. People have shown incredible support.” He said.
Noting that he is his biggest opponent in the tournament, Djokovic said he will play his first match against French tennis player Luca van Assche on Wednesday or Thursday.
On the first day of the tournament, which will last until April 23 in Banja Luka, Aschi won the match against Swiss tennis player Stan Wawrinka.
It is noteworthy that Serbia is working at the tennis center in Belgrade to advance from the ATP 250 series to the 500 series.
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