The first stars fall at the Australian Open 2022! The first surprises were the eliminations of Andy Murray against Japanese Taro Daniel, and of Garbine Muguruza against Frenchwoman Alize Cornet. Daniil Medvedev eliminated Nick Kyrgios after a great challenge.
Commenting on the statements made by the French minister of sport Roxana Maracineanu regarding the already approved bill that provides for the introduction of the vaccination pass in France, Toni Nadal spoke about the future of Novak Djokovic.
"You can have your ideas on a topic, but at some point I think a person should review his position," Uncle Toni told Onda Cero. "It is said that he will not even be able to play the Roland Garros. Nole has a big problem right now.
He has no choice but to stop and think and change his beliefs about him. Let's hope the pandemic passes as quickly as possible and things get back to normal. " And the case of Novak Djokovic continues to cause discussion and above all in Serbia there is still tension and criticism of the Australian government's choice to refuse the visa of the most influential sportsman in their country, the best tennis player in the world and one of the best in history.
of tennis. The basketball player Nikola Vucevic, NBA star and also a very influential figure in Serbia, openly criticized the choice of the Australian government and on social media said: "Covid has nothing to do with it, what happened to Djokovic is just a political maneuver.
from some Australians to show off, there is neither the Coronavirus nor the visa problems they talked about later. It's very sad how they treated such a great champion. " For two years now, 20-time Grand Slam title winner Roger Federer has been struggling with constant injuries and at the past 40 years there are also doubts about his return to the field at full capacity.
Last November the Swiss spoke after yet another operation and even expressed doubts about the possibility of returning to the field, in particular of returning to the field to crown the last great tournament at Wimbledon.
But now the news is as interesting as it is good. According to reports from the Swiss journalist of the state TV RTS Arnaud Cerutti, the Swiss tennis player Roger Federer trained last week in Dubai and would have tried to test his conditions, even evaluating if he could play a training set with members of his staff of he.
The source is important as it has always been very close to the entourage of the Swiss champion and this can only make all Roger fans and tennis fans in general smile.