The 2021 tennis season has started while the 2021 Australian Open is underway. The Australian Open was a Grand Slam tournament that was unaffected by COVID-19 in 2020, but this time is certainly not the case. The tournament was originally supposed to start on January 18 and run until January 31, but officials have decided to postpone it for three weeks.
As for the action, the star-studded field is led by the best player in the world Novak Djokovic, who is looking to win his third consecutive Australian Open title. Djokovic also has a men’s record of eight Australian Open wins to his credit.
Plus, Rafael Nadal also gets the chance to do some history on his own. Nadal is currently tied to Roger Federer for the most men’s Grand Slam single title and can set the record with a win under. Nadal has an Australian Open title behind him despite reaching the finals on five separate occasions. Federer, on the other hand, is missing …
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