Djokovic will not play the Mutua Madrid Open according to Serbian media

Several media in the Balkan country point out that the Belgrade tennis player would not have included the Madrid tournament on his calendar, although he would compete in Rome before Roland Garros.

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Novak Djokovic could not play the Mutua Madrid Open. According to numerous Serbian media, the Belgrade tennis player would not have included the Madrid tournament in the calendar of his clay tour that will end at Roland Garros.

The Serbian media Telegraf points out that Djokovic will play the 1,000 Masters in Monte Carlo, the Serbia Open in Belgrade and the Masters 1,000 in Rome before Roland Garros. However, they point out that Djokovic has not included the Mutua Madrid Open in his calendar because "the public has treated him unfairly on numerous occasions," according to the Serbian media.

An information that the Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo also takes almost for granted although he points out that it is not yet 100% confirmed. "At this point it seems that Djokovic will skip the Madrid tournament this year, although it is not 100% confirmed. However, he will play in Rome. Novak won in Madrid in 2019, which means he could retain 500 points." We will have to wait to know if Novak Djokovic decides to come to Madrid in search of his fourth title in the Caja Mágica.



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