Sports : Tennis
Venue : Australia
Date : January 1 to 9, 2022
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There is a high chance that Novak Djokovic can turn into the skipper of the Serbian public side and mentor them at the ATP Cup 2022. Since the lead trainer, Viktor Troicki, won’t travel Australia for the competition, the Serbian legend can have his spot.
Without even a trace of the chief, the best-positioned player of the group takes his position. Notwithstanding, there is one more arrangement that the lead trainer of all that positioned player can likewise mentor the whole group. This makes Novak Djokovic’s mentor, Goran Ivanisevic, a solid competitor for the situation also.
In a new meeting to Sportski Zurnal, Serbia’s present lead trainer, Viktor Troicki, clarified his justification for not going to Australia. He expressed that since the mentor doesn’t have a major impact in the dynamic interaction at the ATP Cup, he won’t be going with the Serbian side in Australia.
“As a lead trainer at this opposition, I don’t get asked a lot and I don’t completely accept that that I will go. The mentor chooses nothing, on the grounds that the first and second consequently play singles, there are no changes. Provided that one of them gets harmed would someone be able to supplant them. I choose nothing. I’m not going, for the present,” said Troicki.
This will make Djokovic the skipper (lead trainer) of the Serbian public group at the ATP Cup 2022 since he is the best-positioned player (World No.1) in the crew. Be that as it may, since it isn’t affirmed at the present time, Ivanisevic likewise has a reasonable shot at securing the position.
This will be the third release of the ATP Cup and Russia is the reigning champ there. Notwithstanding, it was Serbia, driven by Novak Djokovic, who won the lady release of the competition in 2020.
A recap of Novak Djokovic’s 2021 tennis season Novak Djokovic had perhaps his best season in 2021. The 20-time Grand Slam champion won three Majors, a Masters title, and completed the year as the World No.1 player for a record seventh time.