What will be the attitude of Australians to the return of Novak Djokovic in Melbourne? Excluded from the country last year because he was not vaccinated and at the heart of a controversy that had caused a stir in the world, the Serbian had seen his popularity rating drop in Australia. The traces are still present. As revealed by the Sydney Morning Herald, according to a survey by the company Resolve Strategic, barely a third of Australians were happy with the arrival of the native of Belgrade. It’s crazy when you know that Novak is the champion who won the tournament 9 times. On the sidelines of the exhibition event, World Tennis League, “Djoko” spoke about the reception he hopes to receive in Melbourne to the media Arab News.
“I always ask for my best, so we’ll see. Over the years, I’ve been lucky enough to start off very strong in Australia and I love playing there. Obviously, after what happened earlier in the year, I hope to get a decent reception there and that can help me play good tennis,” he said. We’ll have to wait until the first few weeks of the season to find out. In passing, Nole also talked about his end of career. “I would like to play as long as I can. I don’t really have an exact number in mind. So far, things are going pretty well for me, I can’t complain. As long as I continue to play at this level and as long as I feel like it, I will continue,” he said
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