Djokovic will Represent Serbia at the Australian Open
World tennis star and the second racket of the world Novak Djokovic will play at the international tennis tournament, which will be held in Adelaide in January and then Djokovic will defend the country in the Australian championship.
Tennis competitive training for the new season will be held in Mubadala, Abu Dhabi in late December. And from January 12 to January 18, the Serb will represent his country at the first ATP championship in Australia.
What was the 2019 Year Like for Novak Djokovic?
At the beginning of 2019, the 32-year-old Novak fought for the seventh and record title in the list of his trophies at the Open Championship, ahead of his opponent, the winner of international tournaments, Spaniard Rafael Nadal.
Then Djokovic beat Nadal in all three sets. The Serbian tennis player managed to serve an ace eight times, to prevent a single double fault and to actively win 34 games. As a result, Novak Djokovic made only nine faults, in contrast to Nadal’s 28 misses.
In addition to the Australian Championship, Djokovic also won his last season in Wimbledon tournament competitions, as well as at the ATP in Madrid, Paris, and Tokyo.
The Australian Open Tennis Championships is one of four Grand Slam championships held in Melbourne for two weeks in winter.
Girls on a Tennis Court
The women’s field of the championship in the new 2020 season will be presented by the American seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams, as well as Kiki Bertens, Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova.
The director of the tournament in Melbourne, Alistair MacDonald, said that the participation of the women’s league representatives is a great honor for the organizers of the championship. MacDonald expressed his respect for the famous tennis players:
“Novak and Venus are among the greatest stars of tennis sport, we can’t wait to see them right here in Adelaide,” — said MacDonald.
The Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament, will be held in Melbourne Park from January 20 to February 2 in the 2020 year.