After being denied a place in the 2022 Australian Open and eventually kicked out of the country, Djokovic returned to the country earlier this season and won his 10th title at Melbourne Park..
“My best Grand Slam result was Australia. Although it was a short visit last year, I left as soon as I left and enjoyed coming back.
If the competition is more difficult in terms of off-court pressure than in the past – yes, absolutely, I felt it in the first few weeks as I adapted to the environment. For a while.”
“There were situations during the match that I didn’t want to deal with.“But it’s a big part of my journey, my career and the Australian Open this year and winning is sweet, considering I’ve achieved those things on and off the court, I’m very filled with that pride,” Djokovic said.
Djokovic in Indian Wells and Miami
Recently, Djokovic applied for special permission to enter the US for the Indian Wells and Miami Masters. Regarding the situation, Djokovic revealed that he is still waiting for an answer, but indicated that he would like to come back to the United States next March.
“The process is ongoing, that’s all I know. These things are out of my control, I want to play, I have the support of the tournament directors in Indian Wells and Miami, they want it, I want it and the third party will give a positive response,” Djokovic explained.
Further, Djokovic has confirmed he will return to action at next week’s ATP tournament in Dubai. After Dubai, Djokovic hopes to get the green light to play in Indian Wells and Miami.
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