Novak Djokovic (37, Serbia), the world’s No. 1 player in men’s tennis, has begun his challenge to win the 25th major tournament, the most ever.마카오카지노도메인

Djokovic beat Dino Preezmich of Croatia 3-1 (6-2 6-7<5-7> 6-3 6-4) in four hours and one minute in the first round of the men’s singles on the first day of the 2024 Australian Open tennis tournament (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars) held in Melbourne, Australia on the 14th.

As a result, Djokovic won 29 consecutive Australian Open titles.

Djokovic won four times from 2019 to last year, winning 28 consecutive games in the tournament, except for the 2022 tournament, which was absent due to COVID-19 vaccination issues.

Djokovic, who has won the most major championships among both men and women, is aiming for his 25th career championship. In women’s singles in the majors, Margaret Court (retired, Australia), who has won 24 times, is on top of the list. She and Djokovic are tied for the most major championships.

Djokovic played the game with difficulty, losing the second set after a tiebreaker and being dragged to 2-3 in the third set.

Djokovic, who changed his top from blue to white, then took three sets and won the game after just four hours and one minute. This is Djokovic’s record of longest time in a first round of a major championship.

Preezmich, who was born in 2005 and 18 years younger than Djokovic born in 1987, is a player who came up after qualifying.

Djokovic applauded Preezmich after the match, saying, “He is such a mature player at that age. He almost won.”

In women’s singles, Caroline Wozniacki (252nd, Denmark), who participated as a wild card, advanced to the second round after winning against Magda Linnet (24th, Poland). Wozniacki, a mother of two, retired in 2020 but returned to the court last year.

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