Australian Open more important than any player: Nadal on Djokovic DStv403 eNCA TheSouthAfricanMorning
Rafael Nadal took a swipe at rival Novak Djokovic on Saturday as the world number one fights deportation from Australia, saying: 'The Australian Open is much more important than any player.'
Rafael Nadal said the Australian Open would be a great tournament "with or without" DjokovicAFP | Mike FREYSYDNEY - Rafael Nadal took a swipe at rival Novak Djokovic on Saturday as the world number one fights deportation from Australia, saying:"The Australian Open is much more important than any player."
Ahead of the start of the first Grand Slam on Monday, Nadal told reporters at Melbourne Park:"Australian Open will be a great Australian Open with or without him."READ | Osaka says Djokovic saga 'sad' as players demand focus back on tennisRead more: eNCA »
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And individual's health is more important than Australian Open
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Novak Djokovic included in Australian Open draw as visa decision loomsTennis world No1 Novak Djokovic was included in the Australian Open official draw on Thursday, although uncertainty remained about whether the government will cancel the top seed's visa for a second time.
Djokovic drawn to play Australian Open first round amid visa sagaThe world number one, top seed and defending champion is looking to clinch a 10th title at Melbourne Park starting next week and a record 21st Grand Slam crown. It's nice to have that amount of clout whereas the lower ranked player had no such luck 🤔
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Djokovic targets 10th Australian Open crown against all oddsIf Djokovic does play, and goes on to win at Melbourne Park, he will become the most successful men's tennis player in history.
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Saturday 15 January 2022 - 5:45am Rafael Nadal said the Australian Open would be a great tournament "with or without" Djokovic AFP | Mike FREY SYDNEY - Rafael Nadal took a swipe at rival Novak Djokovic on Saturday as the world number one fights deportation from Australia, saying:"The Australian Open is much more important than any player.13 January 2022 - 09:25 Ian Ransom and Sonali Paul Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic practises at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia, on January 13 2022.1 day ago There is widespread anger over the saga among Australians, who have a 90% vaccination rate among adults after enduring some of the world's longest lockdowns aimed at curbing the pandemic.But the vaccine-sceptic Djokovic's fate remains uncertain with Australia's Immigration Minister Alex Hawke pondering whether to revoke his visa again and throw him out of the country.
" Ahead of the start of the first Grand Slam on Monday, Nadal told reporters at Melbourne Park:"Australian Open will be a great Australian Open with or without him." READ | Osaka says Djokovic saga 'sad' as players demand focus back on tennis Djokovic is still in the draw to defend his title but faces deportation from the country before then after the Australian government cancelled his visa for a second time, calling him a threat to public order. Immigration minister Alex Hawke is weighing exercising his discretionary powers to revoke Djokovic’s visa, which could scuttle his bid for a record 21st major tennis title at the Open. The long-running saga over whether the unvaccinated Serbian can stay in the country has overshadowed the first Grand Slam of the year, where Djokovic and Nadal would both be trying to become the first man to win 21 majors. "It does seem that he's been telling a few fibs too. Nadal said he respected Djokovic"as a person, of course, and as an athlete, without a doubt". Djokovic, a vaccine sceptic, fuelled widespread anger in Australia last week when he announced he was heading to Melbourne for the Australian Open with a medical exemption to requirements for visitors to be inoculated against Covid-19. But the Spaniard added:"I really respect him, even if I don't agree with a lot of the things that he did the last couple of weeks. World number two and US Open champion Daniil Medvedev, a Melbourne finalist last year, opens against Switzerland’s Henri Laaksonen.
" And he said that the controversy had dragged on too long. A court on Monday allowed him to stay on the grounds that officials had been “unreasonable” in the way they handled his interview in a seven-hour process in the middle of the night. Tennis great Martina Navratilova told Australian television Djokovic should"suck it up" and return home. "I think the situation have been too far. Honestly I'm a little bit tired of the situation because I just believe that it's important to talk about our sport, about tennis," Nadal said. The Australian government, which has won strong support at home for its tough stance on border security before and during the pandemic, must now decide whether to let Djokovic remain and bid for a 10th Australian Open title. Source ." MORE:.