Novak Djokovic has been warned for ’emotional baggage’ that could derail his bid to win a 10th title at this month’s Australian Open. Back to one scene in , who arrived last year and was detained for refusing to be vaccinated against Covid.
An explosive legal story ensued, with the star being deported home the day before the event began.
But in November, it was confirmed by Australian immigration minister Andrew Giles that the sanctions had been lifted. Currently ranked fifth in the world, he is one of the front-runners to win the title he claimed for the third consecutive year, until last year when Rafael Nadal won it in his absence. became.
But Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams’ former coach, issued a warning to him. A French mentor fears the mental exhaustion caused by the previous upset could seriously affect the reigning Wimbledon champion.
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