Serbian Novak Djokovic crowned the Australian Open title, the first of the four major tennis tournaments, for the tenth time in history when he beat Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-5) Sunday in the final. in Millionron. Djokovic achieved the 22nd Grand Slam title, equaling the record registered on behalf of Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who was stripped of the Australian title this year. He also regained the top spot in the world rankings from the other Spaniard, Carlos Alcaras, who is absent from the current version due to injury.
It is Djokovic’s tenth win in 10 finals in Melbourne and 22nd in 33 Grand Slam finals. On the other hand, Tsitsipas failed to win the first major titles for the second time in his career after the first when he lost to Djokovic in Roland Garros in 2021. Djokovic collapsed in tears, hugging his mother in the stands, then on his chair on the field, affected by his suffering last year when he was deported for refusing to receive the vaccine. against corona virus.
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