Novak Djokovic to Australian Open Scandal in Dubai

After the Paße for his participation in the Australian Open, the Novak Djokovic vaccinated against Corona will be officially worked up officially with a tournament. Alexander Zverev, on the other hand, has adopted a wildcard for the ATP tournament in Montpellier after the disappointment down underer.

From the 21st of February, Djokovic will be there at the tournament in Dubai. The confirmed Colm Mcloughhlin, boss of tournament name sponsor “Dubai Duty Free”: “We are very happy to see Novak for the twelfth time in Dubai when he strives for his sixth title, and we wish him good luck.”

In order to enter the United Arab Emirates, the 34-year-old requires only a negative PCR test. Subsequently, however, renewed problems with entry on the Serbs could be sent.

In order to be able to start at the tournaments in Indian Wells (10 to 20.3.) And Miami (23.3. To 3.4), Djokovic requires a vaccine as non-US citizens. The same is currently still valid for entry to France and participation in the French Open in Paris (22.5 to 5.6.).

ZVEREV will open up in Montpellier

Zverev, on the other hand, will collect game practice in Montpellier after his disappointing in Melbourne on Monday. The organizers announced the organizers. ZVEREV has already won the 2017 tournament.

German number one was surprisingly failed in the eighth finale of the Australian Open at Canadian Denis Shapovalov and continues to wait for his first Grand Slam Triumph, the ZVEREV after the Olympic Sieg and the coup at the ATP finals.

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He had to put criticism for his failure. “I did not see ZVEREV so well for a long time,” said Boris Becker at Eurosport.