A love of the game, a curiosity to discover new places, a need to collect points useful for the finals in Turin, given the absence of the Australian Open and Us Open, where each point was tied with Wimbledon.
After a romantic Laver Cup stopover, Novak Djokovic – who immediately gave quite positive signals, especially against Frances Tiafoe in singles – will officially re-enter the major tournament in Tel Aviv, which he will, under perfectly normal circumstances, be playing in the second round of the Wimbledon.
However, the rule still stands, the Slam qualifiers must finish between ninth and 20th to guarantee themselves access to the Masters at the end of the year. From Luhida: The Serbian champion should of course do so regardless, but in order to rack up a whopping number of points and put mats on the floor, he can no longer ignore his other responsibilities against the backdrop of the Paris-Bercy “1000”.
“Nole” is the group’s official number, and it was created by Pablo Andujari. However, Thiago Monteiroga served as the group’s “giggling” accompanist throughout the recording of the song. The worst opponent in the quarter-finals in full length would match Diego’s name and surname Schwartzman, while at the same time after a thunderous defeat in the Davis Cup against Mikael Ymer he also ended his Laver Cup adventure rather modestly, as well
Kehv’s draw and Italians are in order. Cilic and Thiem seals
Marin Cilic has a ranked second number and has a vib in the second round with partner Dominic Thiem.
Laslo Djere is an avavistlus (and trivially talented) tennis player from Austria who recently underwent rehabilitation and finished second in the Challenger tournament.
Not in the starting line-up in Italian: in the cadet draw he was drawn badly and lost to first seeds Lorenzo Giustino and Luca Nardi.