Djokovic brought home the championship for three sequential years 2019, 2020, and 2021, yet couldn’t partake in the 2022 version since he was not conceded a visa for being unvaccinated for Coronavirus.
Unbelievable tennis player Novak Djokovic enrolled his 23rd sequential win at the Australian Open, a streak that stopped a year prior when he was unable to play in the competition since he was not immunized against Coronavirus. Djokovic crushed 191st-positioned French qualifier Enzo Couacaud 6-1, 6-7 (5), 6-2, 6-0 to progress to the third round.
Djokovic brought home the championship for three sequential years 2019, 2020, and 2021, yet couldn’t partake in the 2022 version since he was not conceded a visa for being unvaccinated for Coronavirus. Notwithstanding, the 35-year-old from Serbia who has won the Australian Open multiple times will need to recover the title. He has brought home 91 singles championships up to this point.
This didn’t occur Thursday night at the Australian Open: Djokovic didn’t lose himself altogether and, in particular, he didn’t lose in that frame of mind round, which happened to both No.1 seed Rafael Nadal and No.2 seed Casper Ruud. Looking for a tenth prize at Melbourne Park, to add to his record, and a 22nd Huge homerun title by and large, to rise to Nadal’s.
This didn’t get down to business as a challenge of much interest, considering that the fourth-cultivated Djokovic has done all that he has done, while Couacaud entered with a lifelong characteristic of 2-5. What’s more, anything Couacaud’s possibilities were ahead of time appeared to diminish only four games in, when he turned his right lower leg and required a visit from a coach.
However, that’s what couacaud conquered and played openly, conjuring some spectacular shot-production and in any event, having a great time, praising his case of the subsequent set by highlighting the court as though to specify, “This is my home!” Which, obviously, it isn’t.
This spot has a place with Djokovic, who will play Grigor Dimitrov next in the third round, realizing that two profoundly positioned competitors are presently unimaginable impediments.