In the coming days, Novak Djokovic will officially break his silence. “To the media, I would like to say that since I have not explained what happened in Australia, I ask for your patience, because I will make an official statement in the next 7 or 10 days,” the Serbian tennis player said last Thursday, when he was received by its president, Aleksandar Vucic. Meanwhile, the rumors and statements about his controversy do not stop.
The last to give his opinion on the events was Carlos Moyá, Rafa Nadal’s coach, at the microphones of Zero Wave. “I don’t think he’s anti-vaccine, but he has always defended the right to choose, but now he finds himself in a complicated situation”value. “I don’t think Rafa’s victory has changed anything in his position. What is clear is that if you do not get vaccinated, you will be ruled out of the battle you have been fighting for so long.. I think it will be very difficult for him to play Grand Slam tournaments if he does not get vaccinated and his career would be in serious danger “he added about Nole, who, for the moment, has saved a match-ball regarding the accusation of his alleged false PCR, since the Belgrade prosecutor’s office dismissed the complaint.
For Nadal, whose road to the Australian Open he detailed in AS, no more praise left. “The incredible thing is how he has taken advantage of his opportunity. Roger had two match points to win the 21st Grand Slam and could not materialize them. Novak was unable to withstand the pressure and made one of the worst matches in recent years in the final of the US Open 2021. But Rafa knew how to recover from a bad start and control his nerves, despite knowing that he was facing a great opportunity in his career “he highlighted.
The weight of history, the responsibility of facing the legendary fight to lead the classification of majors. One in which he still sees more road for Rafa: “I am very optimistic and I don’t think this will be the last Grand Slam title he wins. He is going to be one of the big favorites at Roland Garros 2022 if he is healthy, and that tournament is the great goal right now”. Coach word.