Novak Djokovic was in pole position so far,” said Patrick Mouratoglu.

The first three months of 2022 have been full of surprises and twists. The expulsion of Novak Djokovic from Australia has plagued the sport, in addition to causing serious damage to the Serb’s image.

The world number 1 was unable to chase down his 10th seal at Melbourne Park, having to watch helplessly as his eternal rival Rafael Nadal took the win. Thanks to a formidable career – embellished by the return of Daniil Medvedev in the final – the Spaniard has reached 21 Majors.

Rafa became the fourth person in history to win all Grand Slams at least twice (along with Djokovic, Rod Laver and Roy Emerson). The 35-year-old Manecore player was injured during the Indian Wells tournament but will do everything he can to get back in good shape at Roland Garros.

Djokovic, who has played only one tournament this year, will return to Monte Carlo next month.
The abolition of Pas Vert in France should have allowed him to play at Roland Garros.

In a recent LinkedIn chat, Patrick Mouratoglu again raised the issue of goatee.

Mouratoglu on Novak Djokovic

“Until this last Australian Open, Novak Djokovic was in pole position.

He is the youngest of the three, having won an average of two Grand Slam titles a year over the past four seasons. He can easily play for another three or four years as he is in excellent physical condition.

It could take him to 25 or 30 Grand Slam titles,” Mouratoglu said. Is.

“The emergence of a new generation of players, led by Medvedev, Zverev and Tsitsipas, also threatens the search for Novak, who lost to Medvedev in the last US Open final,” Mouratoglu concluded.

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The lush lawns of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships will host top-class tennis in a few months. The preparations for the event are already underway. Organizers recently announced the resumption of a special service after two years.

‘The Que’, which allows people to buy tickets for same-day matches, is making a comeback. On the occasion of the re-introduction of ‘The Cue’, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club said: “Wimbledon is one of the few major sporting events in the UK where it is still possible to purchase tickets for a quality first match.. .

We’re excited to have “The Q” return for sale on the same day in 2022; More information about ticket queues will be available in due course”

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