Novak Djokovic trains on clay-courts! (VIDEO inside!)
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Novak Djokovic is once again experiencing a particular season. As in 2022, the Serbian champion has to deal with an almost part-time season. On the one hand, the tennis player made a great start, he returned after a year's break in Australia and won the Australian Open, conquering the tenth title in Melbourne and the twenty-second Grand Slam tournament in his career, thus finally catching up with his great rival Rafael Nadal.
At the same time Nole has been forced, in recent days, to skip the American tour on concrete with the strict American vaccine laws which have prohibited him from participating in the Indian Wells and Miami tournaments in this way.
Also and above all for this reason Djokovic, after having regained the primacy, slipped back to second place in the standings, behind the young jewel of Spanish tennis Carlos Alcaraz. Now Nole, while the other tennis players are engaged in the American tournament Miami Open, is preparing for the intense clay season that will undoubtedly see him as a protagonist.
Novak Djokovic and training on clay
In these hours, several social videos have appeared that see Nole as the protagonist. The tennis player from Belgrade is already training on clay and is hard at work ahead of the second half.
Djokovic wants to win the Roland Garros and overtake his rival Rafael Nadal on his opponent's favorite terrain, thus obtaining 23 Grand Slam titles. In these hours the organizers of the Montecarlo tournament have announced the presence in the tournament of Djokovic who restarted from the Monaco tournament to resume his season.
The Serb is, with Rafael Nadal, the much awaited tennis star for the clay-swing. Here is the video with Nole's training:
Nole in Monte Caros
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic will participate in the Monte-Carlo Masters 1000.
The official response from the tournament has arrived on its social networks. The Serbian champion, excluded from the Sunshine Double due to his vaccination status and the rules in force in the United States, as in last season, will therefore take part in the first major event of the year on clay.
The 22-time Grand Slam champion will then be able to go in search of his third title in the Monegasque tournament.