Australian Open day 5 recap: Where's Naomi Osaka?

by   |  VIEW 12697

Australian Open day 5 recap: Where's Naomi Osaka?

Naomi Osaka was beaten by the young American star Amanda Anisimova in three sets at the Australian Open 2022 3rd round. After putting Belinda Bencic in the notebook of the victims, the fresh champion of the WTA 250 of Adelaide 2 survives a challenge that is solved only in the super tie break of the third set.

Will the Japanese ever return, the dominant tennis player of the past years? Or will we still have to deal with her own body-double? Wins, in the women's singles, also for Viktoria Azarenka, who beat Elina Svitolina, Barbora Krejcikova, Paula Badosa and Ashleigh Barty, who defeated Italian Camila Giorgi in straight sets.

In the men' singles, Rafael Nadal played his 3rd round match at the Australian Open 2022 against Russian Karen Khachanov, winning in 4 sets. Matteo Berrettini reached the 4th round of the Australian Open 2022, after the amazing victory in a crazy match at the super tie-break of the 5th set against Carlos Alcaraz, a match that wowed the Melbourne Park crowd.

Wins also for Alexander Zverev, Denis Shapovalov and Gael Monfils.

The best and the worst from Melbourne Park

After weeks of silence, Marian Vajda decided to explain her version: "I needed to calm down, to let the thoughts stay in my head.

I still don't understand why they did this to him. Injustice. Furthermore, the media are one of the biggest culprits of information manipulation, and in Australia in particular they have taken a constant stance against Novak.

It was a political process. It will certainly have significant consequences, it will be very difficult to talk about or retrace all of this. He has also experienced an invasion of his privacy, as well as his family." As stated by CEO Ivan Loncarevic to the Reuters news agency, meanwhile, Djokovic bought 80% of QuantBioRes.

It is a Danish biotechnology company, whose main task is to develop a cure for Covid-19. The Belgrade chose to invest in this company as early as 2020 and not following his expulsion from Australia, as many media have wanted their readers to believe.

Eleven researchers are expected to be involved in the project in Denmark, Australia and Slovenia. Their goal is closely related to the development of a peptide that prevents the virus from infecting the cell. Does Nick Kyrgios question his future in tennis? "I only think about today.

It doesn't matter if I train a little or a lot. People will criticize me anyway, but they know that in games like this I will always answer present. I know I can beat 95% of the tennis players on these fields. I fought, offered.

a good show. And this is all. I don't think about the other tournaments. I just want to go home. Last year around for ATP Tour? I do not know. I don't know what will happen in a year. I guess I'll keep playing tennis, but I don't know," he said after the match against Medvedev during the press conference.