February 26, 2021

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Russian tennis star Daniil Medvedev has expressed his awe over the Grand Slam accomplishments of the ‘Big Three’ – combined moniker for Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. Speaking to reporters after progressing to the Australian Open quarters with a comfortable victory over Mackenzie McDonald of the United States on Monday, the Russian said that his mind boggles at the thought of how far he has to go to even come close to what the Big Three have achieved in Majors. Medvedev says he doesn’t see himself matching the Big Three’s Grand Slam feats The World Number 4 said that although it is fair to assume that he is one of the top players in the contemporary men’s circuit, he is yet to sink his teeth into Grand Slam glory and has a long way to go before he can even dream of rivaling the Big Three. Medvedev, who won back-to-back titles at the elite Rolex Paris Masters and the ATP Finals last year, said he grew up watching Pete Sampras set his own mark with 14 Grand Slam and felt the record will stand forever like the ones being set by soccer superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Tennis – ATP Cup – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 6, 2021 Russia’s Daniil Medvedev in action during his semi final match against Germany’s Alexander Zverev REUTERS/Kelly DefinaHowever, that was before Federer, Nadal and Djokovic unleashed themselves into the world of tennis and went about setting their own individual benchmarks. “Then the three guys came, they didn’t just beat the record (Sampras’ career haul in Grand Slams), they destroyed it,” Medvedev said. Putting some context into the argument of him emulating the Big Three’s incredible Grand Slam numbers, the Russian said he would have to win all the Majors over the next five years to cross the milestones set by Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic. Daniil Medvedev moved into the quarters of Australian Open on Monday Also, bringing his poor run at the French Open to the context, a smiling Medvedev said, “Roland-Garros, I’m not so good so far.” While not saying as much, the Russian conceded that reaching where the ‘Big Three’ have gone might prove to be a bridge too far for him. “Five years in a row I need to win every Slam against amazing opponents, five-set matches, not be injured. That’s ridiculous numbers,” said Medvedev, who took Russia to its maiden ATP Cup title this year. He settled the argument with a glowing tribute to the Big Three, calling them “the greatest players in the history of tennis.” READ MORE- Unorthodox but Effective: The Mystery Behind Daniil Medvedev’s Style of Play

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FILE – Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 10, 2021 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning his second round match against Frances Tiafoe of the U.S. REUTERS/Jaimi Joy
Novak Djokovic says it’s a “gamble” to keep playing the Australian Open and his abdominal injury could have an impact on the rest of his season, but the world number one is prepared to take the risk.
The Serbian eight-time champion sustained a “muscle tear” during a thrilling five-setter against Taylor Fritz on Friday.
He didn’t train the following day but took to Rod Laver Arena Sunday evening dosed up on painkillers to see off the threat posed by big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic over four sets and make the quarterfinals.
Djokovic said the pain was “bearable” and he “somehow managed to find a way and win”.
But he is not planning to train again on Monday, instead working on his recovery ahead of his last-eight clash with sixth seed Alexander Zverev.
“I mean, it’s kind of a gamble, that’s what the medical team told me. It’s really unpredictable, you can’t know what’s going to happen with you once you’re on the court,” he said.
“You’re not gonna save yourself or think about going for that point or this shot or that shot. It just pulls you. It’s normal. Playing at this level, you just want to give it your all.
“It could cause much more damage than it is at the moment, but also could go in a good direction.”
The 33-year-old refused to say what exactly the problem was, although his abdomen was strapped against Raonic and he said after the Fritz clash that was it “a tear of the muscle”.
‘There is always a risk’
“I know what it is, but I don’t want to talk about it now. I’m still in the tournament,” he said, conscious that he does not want to give Zverev any extra ammunition to target him.
“I hope you guys understand that. I don’t want to speculate too much about it.”
Djokovic’s win against Raonic was his 300th at a Slam, only the second player in history to reach the mark after Roger Federer, who has 362.
It kept him on track for an 18th Grand Slam title in his bid to close in on the 20 held by the Swiss great and Rafael Nadal.
His drive for more Slam crowns is the reason he hasn’t pulled out, making clear that if it was any tournament other than a Grand Slam he would have withdrawn.
But playing on could mean he faces a period on the sidelines after Melbourne to recover.
“I have talked a lot with my own medical team and also the medical team of Tennis Australia — Australian Open,” he said.
“They all share the opinion that there is a slight, very slight, slim chance that I will make a significant damage that would take me out of the tour for whatever, some extended period of time.
“So, yes, there is always a risk that the injury will get worse, but they don’t think it’s going to be very significantly worse that it’s going to jeopardize my entire season.
“So it will jeopardize, depending on how I go here, certain tournaments that are coming after Australian Open that I was maybe thinking to play.”

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World No.1 Novak Djokovic had cast doubts over his further participation after his epic five-set third-round victory at the 2021 Australian Open. Djokovic suffered an abdominal muscle tear during the third set against Taylor Fritz, which hampered his movement. Post his third-round victory, Djokovic seemed dejected on having encountered a serious injury and was worried whether he would be able to recover timely. Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic during his third round match against Taylor Fritz of the U.S. REUTERS/Kelly DefinaDue to injury, Djokovic didn’t train on Saturday and raised doubts over competing in the next round. The defending champion underwent medical tests yesterday and waited for the reports before taking a decision. Novak Djokovic ready to compete However, in what can only be described as a magnificent development, Djokovic will play in his fourth-round match against the Canadian, Milos Raonic. After consulting the physiotherapists at the tournament, Djokovic was given the green light as they seemed optimistic about the minor injury. The physios felt confident that Djokovic could play tonight and would be at the receiving end of the best treatment possible to get ready for the match. Withdrawing from the tournament would have been devastating for Djokovic since he has won a record eight titles at the Australian Open. But having not practiced over the last two days, Djokovic will find it slightly tougher to battle against the hard-hitting Raonic. The duo has faced off 11 times against each other, with Djokovic having a flawless 11-0 head-to-head record. Djokovic last played against Raonic in the final of the 2020 Cincinnati Masters and won the match despite losing the opening set. Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic reacts during his third round match against Taylor Fritz of the U.S. REUTERS/Loren ElliottInterestingly, the duo locked horns in the quarterfinals of last year’s Australian Open, a match in which Djokovic triumphed in straight sets. However, it cannot be said whether Djokovic will be able to compete without any restriction to his movement. Nevertheless, the No.14 seed Raonic is at an advantage, of which he should extract the maximum benefit by returning well to break Djokovic’s serve.

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Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 14, 2021 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in action during his fourth round match against Canada’s Milos Raonic REUTERS/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake
MELBOURNE – Reigning champion Novak Djokovic came through a tough examination of his fitness as the top seed beat Canadian powerhouse Milos Raonic 7-6(4) 4-6 6-1 6-4 on Sunday to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Djokovic, who injured a side muscle during a five-set win over Taylor Fritz on Friday and suggested he might not be able to continue, showed hints of discomfort on the way to becoming the second male player to reach 300 Grand Slam match wins.
Fourteenth seed Raonic had never previously taken a set off Djokovic in three previous Grand Slam meetings so when he snatched the second set a surprise looked possible.
But Djokovic, bidding for a record-extending ninth title in Melbourne, responded by raising his level and improving his record over Raonic to 12-0.
The Serb will face Germany’s Alexander Zverev for a place in the semifinals.
After the drama of Friday when Djokovic said he had sustained a “tear” and could not move, this was a relatively routine day at the office for the world number one who has been on painkillers for 48 hours.
“It was good enough to compete, to play, I wouldn’t be standing here talking if I wasn’t in sufficient condition to get on the court and give myself a chance to win a match,” Djokovic told Eurosport.
“It’s not ideal, I’ve felt better that’s for sure. Didn’t have much preparation and didn’t hit a tennis ball since two night ago. There was a cloud of doubt whether I would play but it’s a Grand Slam and I gave everything to have a chance.”
Djokovic failed to convert break points at 3-3 and 4-4 in the opening set and there was one moment of alarm when he was forced wide on the forehand side and struggled to put on the brakes, hurdling a courtside advertising board.
CLINICAL FASHION
He won the tiebreak in clinical fashion, though, and when Raonic needed treatment on his right ankle early in the second set Djokovic appeared to be well in command.
Instead, Raonic began to play some of his best tennis and secured the first service break of the match at 2-2 with a powerful forehand winner.
That proved enough for Raonic to bag the second set but his victory hopes were soon receding as Djokovic began to swing freely and accelerated through the third set.
The elastic-limbed Djokovic occasionally looked tentative when moving out wide on the forehand side and was stretched in the fourth set but he broke Raonic’s serve at 4-4 when his opponent netted a backhand and clinched victory a game later to reach the quarter-finals in Melbourne for the 12th time.
His 300th Grand Slam match win put him behind only Roger Federer (362) in the men’s list.
Djokovic will face a potentially tougher challenge against Zverev and said his immediate focus would be on recovering.
“I just want to feel better, I don’t know exactly the damage that is being done,” he said.
“In the next 48 hours it’s about recovering as much as possible and collect all the energy for the next match.”

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The 2015 Australian Open quarterfinalist Nick Kyrgios got knocked out of the season’s first Grand Slam event, losing to Austrian star Dominic Thiem in the third round. Nonetheless, the Australian player entertained fans thoroughly during his short stint at the Australian Open this year.   After his exit from the singles category, Nick took part in the doubles event too. He partnered with compatriot and friend, Thanasi Kokkinakis. They won their initial match against Lloyd Harris and Julian Knowle in straight sets. However, they lost their second-round match today.  Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 12, 2021 Australia’s Nick Kyrgios reacts during his third round match against Austria’s Dominic Thiem REUTERS/Jaimi JoyKyrgios mocks Novak Djokovic’s celebration at Australian Open 2021 As the players stepped out onto the court today, Nick continued his love-hate affair with Djokovic. Upon arriving on the court, Kyrgios was seen mocking Novak’s ‘cringeworthy’ celebration, which he does after he wins his match. Both players have continued their war of words during the tournament this year. Nick has termed Novak a ‘tool’ and even went as far as terming him a ‘strange cat’.  Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 8, 2021 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates winning his first round match against France’s Jeremy Chardy REUTERS/Loren ElliottDjokovic even stated that he doesn’t respect Kyrgios off the tennis court, to which the Australian star took offense. During the pandemic, Novak organized an exhibition tournament, which drew criticism due to the timing at which it was conducted. Kyrgios at that time voiced his opinion, disagreeing heavily with the Serbian superstar.  Reflecting back to the Australian Open 2021, Djokovic won his third-round match against Taylor Fritz on Friday. During the match, he tore his muscle close to his rib cage. After solidifying an initial two-set lead, the American tennis player came back into the match, taking advantage of the Serb’s condition.  However, Djokovic, being the player he is, found a way to shrug off his pain and recorded the win eventually, stepping up his game in the deciding set. He will take on Canada’s Milos Raonic in the fourth-round later today.  ALSO READ- WATCH: Nick Kyrgios Imitates Stefanos Tsitsipas’ Celebration at Australian Open 2021

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Aslan Karatsev (l.) pulled out a comeback Sunday after finding himself down two sets against Felix Auger-Aliassime (r.).Photo: Getty ImagesAs we’ve previously stated, the Australian Open has a surreal quality, at least on these shores, where an already-niche sport takes place in the dark for only the truly dedicated/bewildered. It’s even more so this edition, as on Friday the live spectators were shooed out of the tournament altogether, thanks to the state of Victoria’s latest COVID lockdown (and it merely took a handful of cases on the outskirts of town for the government to put those in. Imagine having that kind of leadership, responsibility, and care for your neighbor. Maybe when you already live in Australia, amongst all the things that can kill you instantly, you’re more aware of avoiding the extraneous dangers). Anyway, that led to the bizarre sight of the Taylor Fritz-Novak Djokovic match having to be held up for 10 minutes while the crowd left, right at the time the stadium would normally be filling up to watch a possible massive upset. It was a cavernous echo that responded to Djokovic’s roar as he pulled out the 5th set against Fritz, instead of a rapturous roar (or begrudging acceptance and a guarded appreciation rather than a soaking-in of Djokovic’s greatness, as it tends to be with him and crowds). But neither Djokovic nearly eating it early, nor home hero Nick Kyrgrios spitting away a two-set lead to Dominic Thiem on the same night is the biggest story on the men’s side of the draw (and that victory left Thiem a fine paste, as he was bulldozed by Gregor Dimitrov in his next match in straight sets last night). Aslan Karatsev had never played in a Grand Slam before this one. He’s 27, which is generally when a player has established his career arc, for better or for worse. He’s ranked 114th in the world, though that’s a result mostly of tearing it up on the Challenger Tour last year, the tier below the ATP. He was ranked 300 before that. And now he has bulldozed his way to the quarterfinals where he’ll meet Dimitrov. Karatsev hadn’t dropped a set in his first three matches, and had only lost 20 games in his three wins. He rolled into the fourth-round having completely clubbed Diego Schwartzman, (ranked 8th) in straight sets in the third. Perhaps the most refreshing thing about watching Karatsev pull off an actual, tennis-version of Hoosiers, is that he plays like someone who has nothing to lose. Because he doesn’t. It’s the way you’ve always wanted to walk into a Vegas casino with a bankroll, until you remember your mortgage or kids’ college fund or how friendly your spouse seems to be with the neighbor. A complete, “Fuck it, it’s free cake” attitude toward life. Karatsev has been simply bombing it from the baseline, going for every shot that’s there and some that aren’t. It’s what American hope Frances Tiafoe has been attempting for years, but without the restrictor plates that would keep him within limits long enough to make serious noise. Karatsev thunders forehands and backhands to within inches of the baseline, because if you have his story, and you don’t know how much longer this will last, you’re not going to waste time with “feeling your way into a match” or “strategy” or “ logic.” It’s like taco night at college for Karatsev. We’ll worry about the gastrointestinal issues when we get to them. Schwartzman’s game is based on being a backboard, and he was basically reduced to a spectator to Karatsev’s laser show. G/O Media may get a commissionKaratsev’s latest rolling of sevens came against Felix Auger-Aliassime, the Canadian who has promised so much for a couple seasons now and yet hasn’t quite broken down all the firewalls on his game that would unlock so much. Karatsev was down two sets, and it appeared his pressing his engine to 7000 RPM for the length of the tournament had overcooked it. He piled up 26 unforced errors in the first two sets to just seven winners, while Auger-Aliassime played very cleanly and simply and let Karatsev’s lines blow. But Karatsev found the rhythm over the next three sets, piling up 30 winners in the final three sets, including 22 in the final two, as F.A.A.’s game broke down. Karatsev is the first qualifier to get to the quarters in Melbourne in 32 years. He’s the first qualifier to get to any Slam in 10. He’s the first player to make the quarters of his first Slam in 25 years. It’s a complete joyride, and long may it continue. Elsewhere, Daniil Medvedev continued his tortured genius approach to life with a five-set win on Friday that saw him berate his own coach for so long and so often, and in three different languages just for variety’s sake, the dude just got up and left before Medvedev pulled himself out of his ennui to blitz Filip Krajinovic in the 5th set 6-0, which saved Medvedev from blowing his own two-set lead. The constant harassing of a coach not doing much more than sitting there in an empty arena makes for even more awkward viewing, but Medvedev’s rise to the top of the game has been a constant exhibition of absurdism, both in his game — he can vary wildly in style, tactics, and performance and that’s from game to game — and personality. It’s been refreshing to have this kind of story now, because it still looks like the chalk is going to be left at the end. Djokovic complained of a foot injury against Fritz, and even wondered if he could make his next match, which he did and saw off without much fuss, sending Milos Raonic home in four sets. Rafael Nadal hasn’t dropped a set yet, and now won’t have to worry about strange women expressing their views in clear fashion toward him with no crowds being allowed. .

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FILE PHOTO: Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 12, 2021 Australia’s Nick Kyrgios reacts during his third round match against Austria’s Dominic Thiem REUTERS/Jaimi Joy
MELBOURNE – Nick Kyrgios renewed his running feud with Novak Djokovic on Sunday when he mocked the world number one with a grand entrance to an empty Margaret Court Arena for his doubles match.
Before a men’s doubles match with partner Thanasi Kokkinakis, the Australian imitated the way Djokovic celebrates victories with extravagant gestures to all four corners of a stadium.
“Just feeling the love,” the maverick Australian, knocked out of the singles by Dominic Thiem on Friday night, said when asked to explain his entrance.
“Just trying to spread the good word of the celebration. Everyone loves that celebration. It’s well-liked.”
Kyrgios described Djokovic as a “tool” for requesting better conditions for players during their 14-day pre-tournament quarantine, doubling down on his criticism of the Serbian’s ill-fated Adria Tour early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Djokovic returned fire by saying last week that he did not “have much respect” for the Australian off the tennis court.
Kokkinakis said there had been nothing malicious in the gestures, just the doubles partners trying to generate some energy in a stadium court devoid of fans because of Melbourne’s five-day coronavirus lockdown.
Kyrgios agreed, but could not resist directing another barb at the 17-time Grand Slam champion.
“We’re just having some fun,” he added. “Novak, I’m sure, doesn’t like me and we both have respect for each other, but I don’t like him at all, so it’s fun.”

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โนวัคยอโควิชผ่านเข้ารอบที่สามของออสเตรเลียนโอเพ่นปี 2021 ได้อย่างอดทนต่อความเจ็บปวดจากอาการปวดกล้ามเนื้อ ชาวเซิร์บต้องทนกับเทย์เลอร์ฟริตซ์ห้าเซตเรียกเขาว่าเป็นหนึ่งในชัยชนะที่พิเศษที่สุดในอาชีพของเขา อย่างไรก็ตามสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้นใน Rod Laver Arena ทำให้คู่ต่อสู้ของเขาผิดหวังในเมล็ดพันธุ์ที่ 27 แชมป์ออสเตรเลียนโอเพ่นสมัยที่ 8 เริ่มต้นในเชิงบวกด้วยการนำสองเซตในการแข่งขัน อย่างไรก็ตามในตอนท้ายของเซตที่สองยอโควิชรู้ตัวว่าเขาได้รับบาดเจ็บ สิ่งนี้ทำให้ชาวอเมริกันวัย 23 ปีมีโอกาสเอาชนะผู้เล่นอันดับหนึ่งของโลก อย่างไรก็ตามการหยุดเล่นในเวลาที่เหมาะสมทำให้ชาวเซิร์บมีเวลาเพียงพอในการฟื้นตัวและชนะการแข่งขัน ผลการแข่งขันสุดท้าย: 7-6 (7-1), 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 6-2 อ่านเพิ่มเติม – “น่าเป็นห่วง” – โนวัคยอโควิชบทสรุปการแข่งขันที่เจ็บปวดที่ Australian Open 2021 Djokovic และ Fritz ถูกบังคับให้ออกจากสนามระหว่างการแข่งขัน ในครึ่งหลังของเซต 4 เจ้าหน้าที่ขอให้แฟน ๆ และผู้เล่นออกไป ศาล. การตัดสินใจดังกล่าวสอดคล้องกับการที่วิกตอเรียอยู่ในสถานะปิด เมื่อถึงจุดนั้นเทย์เลอร์กำลังเดินทางไปสู่ความโกรธที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดของการแข่งขันออสเตรเลียนโอเพ่นปี 2021 แต่ด้วยโชคชะตาโนวัคยอโควิชกลับมาแข็งแกร่งอีกครั้งหลังจากหยุดและขโมยการแสดงจากเซตสุดท้าย Tennis-Australian Open-Melbourne Park เมลเบิร์นออสเตรเลียวันที่ 12 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 โนวัคยอโควิชของเซอร์เบียแสดงปฏิกิริยาในการแข่งขันสามรอบกับเทย์เลอร์ฟริตซ์ที่ US REUTERS / Kelly Defina“ พูดตามตรงนะพูดตรงๆไร้สาระสุด ๆ ในการแข่งขันระดับแกรนด์สแลมเราถูกขอให้ออกจากสนามเป็นเวลา 10 นาทีในช่วงกลางของการแข่งขันเช่นในช่วงกลางของเซต 4 นั่นไม่น่าจะเป็นปัญหาในแกรนด์สแลม” ฟริตซ์กล่าวหลังจบการแข่งขัน อย่างไรก็ตามสื่อนำความร้อนแรงโดยเปลี่ยนคำพูดของเขาไปในทิศทางที่ผิด เขาประกาศจุดยืนในทวิตเตอร์ทันทีโดยกล่าวว่า “มันยังห่างไกลจากสิ่งที่ฉันกำลังพูดถึงอยู่” เรายังขอบคุณผู้จัด Australian Open อ่านเพิ่มเติม – โดมินิกธีเอมกลับมาจากเซต 2 เพื่อเอาชนะนิคคีร์กิออสที่ชื่นชอบของผู้ชมในรายการออสเตรเลียนโอเพ่น 2021 สังเวียนที่ว่างเปล่ารอดชีวิตจากความเจ็บปวดโดยเทย์เลอร์ฟริตซ์และโนวัคยอโควิชเทนนิส – ออสเตรเลียนโอเพ่น – เมลเบิร์นพาร์ค, เมลเบิร์น, 2021, 2021 ในการแข่งขันสามรอบ กับ Novak Djokovic REUTERS ของเซอร์เบีย / Kelly DefinaTaylor, Taylor, Fritz of America กล่าวว่าเขาเข้าใจการตัดสินใจ แต่บอกว่าเขาไม่ควรจองการแข่งขันในเวลานั้น การเล่นครึ่งเกมกับฝูงชนและการเล่นอีกครึ่งหนึ่งในสังเวียนที่ว่างเปล่าทำให้โปรชาวอเมริกันยากขึ้น สรุปแล้วเขาบอกว่ามันไม่ใช่วิธีที่ถูกต้องในการสรุปการแข่งขันสามรอบสำหรับทัวร์นาเมนต์สำคัญ “ ฉันไม่คิดว่าจะมีแฟน ๆ มันทำให้ฉันเจ็บปวดเพราะมันผลักฉัน แต่เรายังคงกลับมาและฉันชนะเซต “ มันไม่เหมือนกับการทำให้เป็นเรื่องใหญ่ ฉันไม่คิดว่ามันจะเป็นเงื่อนไขที่ดีที่จะเล่น Slam 3 รอบ “ชาวอเมริกันกล่าว อย่างไรก็ตามโนวัคที่ไม่แน่นอนจะพบกับ Milos Raonik ของแคนาดาเพื่อเข้าสู่รอบก่อนรองชนะเลิศ แต่เขาสามารถเอาชนะอันดับสามของโลกได้หรือไม่? ยังอ่าน – หัวเราะ: ราฟาเอลนาดาลระเบิดเสียงหัวเราะที่ Australian Open 2021 เนื่องจากท่าทางหยาบคายจากฝูงชน

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The Australian Open 2021 has been presenting fans with a lot of exciting moments as well as scary ones. Day five saw Novak Djokovic battle through a nasty injury to get past his third-round opponent Taylor Fritz. While there’s still uncertainty about the Serbian’s fitness for the remainder of the tournament, his fellow competitors offered their views on the same.  The news about a possible retirement from Novak Djokovic spread like wildfire. He’s the clear favorite to win Australian Open 2021, and a premature exit will go down as a major disappointment.  Stefanos Tsitsipas received a question about Novak Djokovic, and the Greek player expressed his honest opinion about the match. Djokovic took a two-set lead against Fritz after which the injury stuck and forced the 33-year-old to concede a couple and make it a five-setter.  Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 12, 2021 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic receives medical attention during his third round match against Taylor Fritz of the U.S. REUTERS/Kelly Defina“I didn’t watch the match. I think it was too late,” Tsitsipas said. “Bedtime for me. I hear he played really well in the fifth. I don’t have much more information. I heard he was kind of injured. I’m not even sure. It happens to everyone. I don’t know if he is actually injured.” Daniil Medvedev made motivational remarks about Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic is injured and there’s no hiding it. The Serbian has a match tomorrow against Milos Raonic, but he didn’t train today which was confirmed by his coach Goran Ivanisevic. Furthermore, the abdominal tear might keep him out from the rest of the tournament as well.  While all these possibilities exist, there is still a glimmer of optimism because it’s Novak Djokovic! Everybody has faith in him to endure the challenge and get back to his best, and that includes Daniil Medvedev!  “I definitely, yeah, just saw that he was in pain,” said Medvedev, who mentioned he went to sleep during the fourth set of Djokovic’s match.  Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic during his third round match against Taylor Fritz of the U.S. REUTERS/Kelly Defina“So I was surprised when I saw him winning. That’s why he has 18 Grand Slams. That’s why he’s amazing,” Medvedev praised Djokovic.  However, Daniil Medvedev has no pressure for now as he’s placed in the bottom draw. He won’t face Djokovic anytime soon, until the finals. But Medvedev isn’t happy with the fact that Djokovic is suffering an unfortunate situation at the moment and said that it’s “never good to see a player injured.” An official confirmation on Novak Djokovic’s condition is yet to be released, and his fans will have their fingers crossed. Even Tennis Australia’s chief Craig Tiley is extremely confident about Novak’s resilience to keep going, but only time will tell if Djokovic will continue his hunt for a record-extending ninth Australian Open crown.  Also Read – Naomi Osaka Reveals the ‘Role of Love’ in Tennis at Australian Open 2021

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Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 13, 2021 Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning his third round match against Taylor Fritz of the U.S. REUTERS/Loren Elliott
MELBOURNE— World number one Novak Djokovic skipped practice on Saturday after suffering what he described as a “muscle tear” as the wait continued over the defending Australian Open champion’s ability to contest his fourth round match.
The 33-year-old, a record eight-time winner on the Melbourne Park Arena, slipped during the third set of Friday’s third-round match against Taylor Fritz and disappeared off Rod Laver Arena for treatment.
The Serbian, who said he was sure it was a muscle tear on his right side, required further attention on the injury during the third set before he went on to script a five-set win and set up a clash against Milos Raonic on Sunday.
The 17-time Grand Slam winner was not certain he would be able to recover from his injury and was missing from Saturday’s official training list at Melbourne Park.
Reports said Djokovic will undergo scans on Saturday before a decision on his title defense will be taken.
Djokovic’s team did not immediately respond to request for comment on the reports.
The Serbian was allowed the maximum time possible to recover by the organizers and his match against Canadian Raonic was listed as the final match of Sunday evening on Rod Laver Arena.
Australian Open Chief Executive Craig Tiley was, however, confident that the Serbian will be able to overcome his injury and compete on Sunday.
“We’ll see him. He’s resilient, he’s tough,” Tiley told Australian broadcaster Channel Nine.
“He’ll wake up today and he’ll figure out what it is and he’ll go and get the appropriate treatment. The way he was, those two sets, I was pretty surprised.
“But I’ve seen him play here, this is his court, he gets comfortable on it and he just picks his game up and up and he’s that good.”

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