Serbia’s Novak Djokovic defeated Roberto Carvarez and, a year after being expelled from the country, he celebrated again at the Australian Open.
serbian Novak Djokovic (Day 4) Overcame Hardships Roberto Carvarez 6-3, 6-4, 6-0 in just over two hours and back at Rod Laver Arena, australian open .
It was a magical night for the tennis player from Belgrade, as he overcame the first obstacle of the sea tournament 16 times in a row. He forgot about the discomfort in his right thigh at the constant support of several red-stained stands. , white and blue.
The 2021 Australian Census records a total of 95,000 Serbs by birth or descent with Australian citizenship, and the colors of the Melbourne Park Center courts prove this.
The match was a replica of the clash between the two in the first round of the 2019 US Open. When 21 Great Champions Win 6-4, 6-1, 6-4 .
Despite the enormity of the situation, both by rivals and encouragement to opponents, Granada’s Carvarez does not flinch and brings out his best repertoire for Novak Djokovic in the first two rounds delivering top-quality tennis. I was so strong.
The Spaniard lowered his arm for the first time after conceding a tear in the second set as the Serb led 4-3 to close out the second set 6-4.
After the end of the second set, where a very obvious end was expected, the stands were fairly empty and Djokovic signed up for the final set with a cruiserweight option set 6-0.
It was the Belgrade player’s 22nd win at the Australian Open after conquering the 2019, 2020 and 2021 editions.
He did not participate in 2022 after the Australian government canceled his visa for not having been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
His rivals in the next round will be found out after the end of the match, which was postponed this Wednesday due to rain, and will face Bolivia’s Hugo Darien and former Frenchman Enzo Cuacard.
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