Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic wins the Australian Open | News
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic defeated Greek Stéfanos Tsitsipás to be crowned champion of the Australian Open, thereby winning his 22nd Grand Slam tournament, equaling the record previously held by Spanish Rafael Nadal.
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With the victory, the Balkan stole the first world position from Carlos Alcaraz, also a Spaniard, and added his tenth Australian Open, a competition that he did not play last year after the Australian government canceled his visa for not being vaccinated against the coronavirus.
He also tied for third position with Nadal and Germany's Steffi Graff in the overall ranking of men and women with the most Grand Slam titles, a list led by Australian Margaret Court with 24, and followed by American Serena Williams with 23.
The Serbian tennis player received a check for 2,975,000 Australian dollars, almost two million euros at the current exchange rate.
“It has been a long journey. Given the circumstances of these last 4 or 5 weeks, which only my family and my team know about, this is probably the biggest victory of my life”, he stated.
On the other hand, in the women's part of the tournament, the Belarusian tennis player Aryna Sabalenka won the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the season, after coming back and winning the final this Saturday against the Kazakh Elena Rybakina (4-6 , 6-3, 6-4).
Sabalenka explained in the press conference after her triumph in the Australian Open final that the key to her tennis transformation was due to the fact that she began to respect herself more and recognize that she was a good player.
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