The hottest sports noon 13/2: Djokovic has torn his muscles, the risk of leaving the Australian Open?

Saturday, February 13, 2021 11:58 AM (GMT + 7)

(Sports news) Novak Djokovic admits to a pretty serious injury after winning Taylor Fritz in the third round of the 2021 Australian Open.

Djokovic has a broken muscle, leaving his ability to continue playing the Australian Open

Novak Djokovic had a difficult match against Taylor Fritz in the third round of the 2021 Australian Open and it took 5 sets to win. In set 3, seed 1 suddenly got an injury to his abdomen, which made him have many difficulties in playing.

Djokovic leaves open the possibility of withdrawing from the Australian Open

Speaking after the game, Djokovic admitted that he had torn muscles, even left open the possibility of attending the 4th round of the Australian Open to meet Milos Raonic: “I have a muscle tear and do not think I can fully recover in less than 2 days. I do not. I can continue playing or not.

The moment I got injured, I struggled with the idea of ​​whether I should withdraw because I couldn’t turn, move or do anything other than serve. Thankfully things got better in set 5 “.

Why was the audience “chased” back in the Djokovic match?

Also related to Djokovic’s match, at around 11:30 (Melbourne time), at the time of the 4th set going on, the organizers asked the audience to leave. The reason is that from 0:00 on February 13, the city of Melbourne will conduct a 5-day social gap, prohibiting crowdsourced events. This also means that the next matches of the Australian Open will take place on an empty field.

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In the context of Anthony Joshua not having any moves to promote the station, Tyson Fury recently held a referendum on Twitter with the content “Do you think Joshua has the courage to be on top with me?”. As a result, 53.2% of the participants chose the “No, Joshua will find a way to withdraw”.

The big olympic boss resigns because of the “scandalous” scandal

Before the media, Yoshiro Mori, Chairman of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee, officially announced his resignation because of his controversial speech about women. At a meeting of the Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) on February 3, Mr. Mori stated that “if they want to increase the number of women on the Committee, they can waste time on the meeting because they speak too long”. This statement received fierce criticism for its sexist implications.

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