Rafael Nadal attends the 2021 Australian Open to oust Novak Djokovic, conquering the 21st Grand Slam.
In the final of Roland Garros 2020, Rafael Nadal easily beat Novak Djokovic in the final, even though “Nole” did everything he could. As a result, Rafa owns the 20th Grand Slam of his career. With Roger Federer withdrawing from the 2021 Australian Open, Nadal has a chance to rise to become the most successful male tennis player in the open era.
Nadal wants to defeat Djokovic in Australia Open 2021
Former No. 1 in the world added, Nadal is willing to pay any price to take down “Nole” if both reach the 2021 Australian Open final. Last year, Nadal stopped in the quarterfinals after being beaten by Dominic Thiem. But Coach Carlos Moya believes things will be different this year.
For his part, Novak Djokovic coach Goran Ivanisevic also replied: “This is not Paris and the ground is not clay. So if we meet in the final in Australia, I believe that Nadal has no chance of winning. Running for the 2021 Australian Open, Djokovic prepares for the match perfectly, from strategy, technology to nutrition. We will revenge for Roland Garros 2020.
So far, instead of talking between coaches Carlos Moya and Goran Ivanisevic, both Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic chose to be silent. Perhaps the result on the field will be the starkest statement for both.
Federer had to quit the Australian Open for the first time, what was Nadal feeling like?
Nadal and many other characters spoke up when they learned that Federer could not recover from the 2021 Australian Open.
Information is causing a stir in the tennis world, Roger Federer withdraws from the Australian Open 2021. The Swiss tennis player has planned to attend the Grand Slam in Australia, however, due to the injury has not fully recovered. he had to miss an appointment
Nadal wants Federer back as soon as the 2021 Australian Open ends
Since 1999 (preliminary participant) Federer has continuously attended the Australian Open until 2020, and next year (2021) Australian audiences will feel down when the Swiss “Express Train” is absent.
With individual Rafael Nadal, the player who is a great rival with the number of Grand Slam equal to Federer (20) also expressed regret when his Swiss colleague was absent from the Australian Open.