Number one male tennis player Novak Djokovic of Serbia will organize tennis series with players

Novak Djokovic of Serbia, the world’s number one male tennis player, will host a tennis series along with some of the world’s top players, as the sports activity worldwide came to a standstill due to the Corona virus.

This series will be held in Balakan region from 13 June to 5 July. Tennis has been postponed since March due to the ongoing lockdown in various nations of the world due to Corona and it is not expected to start before August.

Some other players, including Novak Djokovic, have started exercising in court by following social distance. Meanwhile, exhibition tournaments have been held in countries like Germany and America without spectators.

Djokovic said on Twitter on Saturday, “I am proud to officially share the news that the Adria Tour will be held in Belgrade from 13 June to 5 July. We are extremely grateful and excited that we can do this to play and support humanitarian projects in the region. Soon you will see people in the court. ”

In this tournament of eight players, Dominic Thiem of Austria, present in the third place in the world ranking and Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria of the 19th ranking will also participate. All tennis professional matches have been postponed since March due to the corona virus epidemic.

Grand Slam winners Andriscu and Kenin will participate in tennis tournament in June
Two tennis players Bianca Andriscu and Sophia Canin, who won the Grand Slam title, will be among 16 players participating in the Invitational Women’s Tennis Tournament in Charleston, South Carolina in June. According to the release on, ‘The Tennis Channel will broadcast it and 16 WTA players will participate in it, which will be divided into teams and they will play 16 singles matches and eight doubles matches.

The tournament will start from June 23 and is a big tournament starting on a large scale after the ATP and WTA tour, which was closed due to corona virus epidemic. The French Open was postponed due to Kovid-19 while Wimbledon had to be canceled.


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