Novak Djokovic's law resonates at the Australian Open 2020: the Serb reached the final of the tournament after defeating Roger Federer in three sets. The Swiss was in doubt about the groin injury he suffered in the match with Tennys Sandgren, but he played anyway, also playing a first set.
The women's final will see Sofia Kenin against Garbine Muguruza. Sofia defeated the home-crawd Ashleigh Barty, while Muguruza, sensationally out of hibernation, eliminated Simona Halep. Stan Wawrinka, defeated by Alexander Zverev in the quarterfinals of the tournament, talked about his future, which appears with some shadow: "I hope to come back here next year.
I have had good feelings in these two weeks, but I do not guarantee anything for the future and anything can happen." Goran Ivanisevic and Conchita Martinez, coach of the Australian Open Novak Djokovic and Garbine Muguruza finalists, will enter the Newport Hall of Fame.
A recognition of a great career, which is now going on as super-coach of the two stars who will play the final in Melbourne this year. After Caroline Wozniacki, Ekaterina Makarova also announced her retirement from tennis through her Instagram profile.
LThe Russian leaves after winning three individual titles and fifteen in the women's doubles, three of which in Grand Slam tournaments, at Roland Garros, Us Open and Wimbledon, playing with Elena Vesnina. Tomorrow second men's singles semifinal between Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev.