Australian Open 2022: Rafael Nadal furious at Novak Djokovic’s question, said – I am tired

Melbourne. 20-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal (Rafael Nadal) After seven months, the first Grand Slam match is going to be played. Nadal was able to play only one tournament in the last half of last season due to a left leg injury. So the Australian Open (Australian Open 2022) Before the press conference there was a lot to ask him but the questions were only about Novak Djokovic. Many tennis stars including Nadal Novak Djokovic (Novak Djokovic) Tired of controversy.

world number one player due to not getting corona vaccine Novak Djokovik His visa has been canceled for the second time. Djokovic is currently in immigration custody. His appeal against the cancellation of Djokovic’s visa will be heard in the High Court. The matter will be heard in the Federal Court on Sunday while the first Grand Slam of the year from Monday Australian Open is triggered. Rafael Nadal When asked on this issue, he said, “To be honest, I am fed up with this situation.” These words and expressions are not only of Nadal at this time but of most tennis players.

Nadal said, “Australian Open is more important than a player. If he is playing then it is good but if he is not playing then it is a big tournament. Whether he played or not.” Spain’s two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza said, “These situations could have been avoided if the vaccine had been done. We all have it installed. Whatever is necessary to come to Australia, should have been done.

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He said, “Everyone knows the rules and it is necessary to follow them.” Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece said, “This is what is discussed at the moment. People are just talking about it. I have come to talk about tennis. Tennis is not being talked about for the last few days, which is shameful.


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