Djokovic wins important things on Federer-Nadal by winning Australian Open

Djokovic wins important things on Federer-Nadal by winning Australian Open

Melbourne: Novak Djokovic's next goal is to match the records of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal after winning a record ninth title at the Australian Open, taking his overall Grand Slam title to 18. The 33-year-old Djokovic from Serbia has high regard for Federer and Nadal, who have won the same 20 Grand Slam titles in men's singles. Djokovic is two titles away from matching them but he also knows that these two giants are not yet done.

Djokovic said - they have already created history. He has left an indelible mark in our game. He said - do I think about winning more Grand Slams and breaking records? I certainly think so. Until I retire, my focus and energy will remain focused on winning more and more Grand Slam titles. Djokovic beat Denil Medvedev 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 in successive sets in the final over Melbourne Park on Sunday.

The world number one tennis player said- I think 99.9 percent of the players start dreaming of racket from childhood what they have to achieve and the dream is to win the Grand Slam title. He said- I am not feeling old or tired, but I know that things are not the same for me on biological and real basis as it was 10 years ago.

With his ninth title at the Australian Open, Djokovic sealed his top position in the ATP rankings by March 8. He would then have completed 311 weeks in his career at the number one ranking, one more than Federer's total. Djokovic said - When you play to become number one, you have to play the entire season, you have to play well. You have to play in all tournaments. Now I would like to change it a little bit which means I have to adjust my calendar as well.


Indo-Pak Express will be back on track, Rohan Bopanna-Aisam-ul-Haq will return after 6 years

Indo-Pak Express will be back on track, Rohan Bopanna-Aisam-ul-Haq will return after 6 years

In the current era, the coming together of India (Pakistan) and Pakistan (Pakistan) seems like a nuisance, but it is happening. Nowhere else on the tennis court. The pair of India's Rohan Bopanna (Rohan Bopanna) and Aisam-ul-Haq of Pakistan, popularly known as Indo-Pak Express, are going to return to the tennis court. With this, the players of India and Pakistan will be seen playing together after a long time.

The Indo-Pak Express will return to the Acapulco ATP 500 tournament to be played in Mexico on 15 March. After six years, the pair will return to the court. Earlier, the pair had appeared in the Schengen ATP 250 tournament. The 40-year-old duo of India and Pakistan will play Philhas together in only one tournament.

Were shown in 2010

The biggest success of the pair, which made headlines due to poor Indo-Pak diplomatic relationship, was the 2010 US Open final, where they lost to the Bryan brothers. Bopanna reached his career-best ranking at that time at the third position. Bopanna had then decided to team up with veteran Mahesh Bhupathi to prepare for the 2012 Olympics. Qureshi told PTI, "Right now we are coming together only to play in Mexico. We have not yet talked about the future. " Asked if this could be a long-term arrangement, Qureshi said, "Hopefully, if it goes well, we can play more tournaments together in the future."

Earlier there were plans to come together

The Pakistani tennis legend said that he was actually trying to enter the Dubai Duty Free Championship simultaneously, but his plan was not successful. He said, "We spent a lot of time together in Australia. We were planning to play in Dubai. He needed a partner and I also needed a partner. So we thought that let's make a team for the Dubai Open, unfortunately we could not qualify for it. Our combined ranking was not of that level but we managed to make it to Acapulco. ”

Decision will be taken later in the future

Whether or not the pair will play together in the future will be decided later. Right now the focus of both of these is on doing well in the upcoming tournament. Qureshi said, "I am very excited. Hopefully, we will play well together and it will be successful. Then we can decide to play some more tournaments together, but at the moment we have come together only for this tournament. I do not know what his (Bopanna) plan is for 2021. They have decided to pair with someone or not. We will see how the situation is. "

Bopanna and Qureshi started the 'Stop War, Start Tennis' campaign to spread the peace message, which also received the 'Earth as humanity' award. The Acapulco ATP 500 tournament will be played from 15 March to 20 March.


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