Wimbledon day 9 recap: Djokovic rules, Kyrgios in court

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Wimbledon day 9 recap: Djokovic rules, Kyrgios in court
Wimbledon day 9 recap: Djokovic rules, Kyrgios in court

Novak Djokovic still in the semifinals at Wimbledon. Jannik Sinner, who can't contain the brutal reaction of Novak Djokovic, who is on the opposite side of the net at the start of the fourth set, does what he can in the final.

And despite the circumstances he sticks to every single fifteen. Djokovic, who in the moment of maximum difficulty backs up with perfection, on the threshold of three and forty hours of play seals the success number eighty-four on the meadows of Church Road with a very rocky 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2 and even equals Jimmy Connors' record.

It will be the semifinal number eleven at Wimbledon and the number 43 in his career: Cameron Norrie awaits him. The first semifinal in the women's draw is also outlined: the one between Ons Jabeur and Tatjana Maria.

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According to reports from the Canberra Times, Nick Kyrgios will have to appear in court on August 2 in relation to the accusation of assault in December 2021 of the ex-girlfriend of Nick Chiara Passari.

Relations between the ex-couple have always been very turbulent and now we have now moved on to legal proceedings. According to the testimony of the tennis player's lawyer Jason Moffett Nick is aware of these accusations and above all of what he risks.

Here are the words of Mr. Moffett to the Canberra Times: "Nick is accused of domestic violence. The nature of these charges is very serious and Mr. Kyrgios takes this very seriously. As the allegations have brought Nick to court he does not prefer to release.

statements at this stage. But soon there could be a press release on the matter." Djokovic was ultimately unable to take part in the Australian Open due to the decision made directly by the Minister of Immigration Alex Hawke.

In Australia, after the presidential election, the Labor Party returned to power. Conservative premier Scott Morrison, who became famous for the Djokovic-Australian Open case, has therefore left the seat to Labor leader Anthony Albanese.

The new government has lifted many of the Covid-related restrictions imposed by the conservative group and the latest order issued could change Djokovic's fate. In fact, Australia will no longer prohibit unvaccinated people from entering the country.

The only problem remains the three-year exclusion imposed on Nole for the visa deemed irregular. According to what I will reveal from the ABC television station, the Serbian team is already evaluating the possibility of obtaining an exemption from the veto that currently weighs on the shoulders of its client.

Under the new laws, the reasons that led to the cancellation of his visa have become obsolete. The Australian Department of Immigration has already made it known that there is no news concerning Novak Djokovic's situation, but that every single decision will be made with reference to the new rules.


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