The big three love musical instruments? At a press conference, Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo asked Novak Djokovic compare each member of the Big 3, him, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, to a musical instrument. Djokovic explained: “Roger Federer is a fiddle, I don’t think anyone has anything to say about that.
As for Rafael Nadal, I would associate him with an electric guitar or drums. I’m a saxophone, because it’s an instrument that goes well with any type of music. At the press conference, Nole revealed that she would have no problem returning to Australia next year: “I heard the government has changed, but I don’t know if my visa will be reinstated. and if I will be allowed to return to Australia.
in 2023. In any case, I would like to play the Australian Open. What happened is in the past, I don’t hold a grudge. I would be happy to return to Australia to play the tournament in which I won the most Grand Slams.
We’ll see what the situation will be as the event approaches.”
Novak at Roland Garros 2022
Djokovic paid dearly for his choice not to be vaccinated against the Coronavirus, so much so that he was unable to defend the title at the Australian Open.
The 35-year-old Belgrader was expelled from the country at the end of a soap opera that lasted nearly two weeks and suffered serious image damage. It took time for the 20-time Grand Slam champion to regain confidence and rhythm, as evidenced by early eliminations in Dubai and Monte Carlo.
After triumphing in Rome, Nole arrived in Paris with early favorite status and hasn’t disappointed expectations so far. Novak Djokovic broke the pass for the quarter-finals of Roland Garros without losing a single set.
The world number 1 is getting closer and closer to the best condition after struggling a lot in the first months of 2022. In the quarter-finals, he faced his eternal rival Rafael Nadal, in what was the 59th chapter of their rivalry epic.