Australian Open: Novak Djokovic appeared in the first cross in the tournament draw

They counted on him. This Wednesday the organizers of the Australian Open they postponed the draw of crosses for the tournament for more than an hour, which will be played from Monday 16 to Sunday 30, in the oceanic country city of Melbourne. Without providing details of the delay, the fate of the participants was determined to the surprise of the inclusion of Novak djokovic involved in the controversial health legal case.

The name of the current world number one appeared in the men’s box and in the first crossing. The 34-year-old Serbian, if he participates, will face his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic who is located in position 78 of the ATP ranking (Association of Professional Tennis Players).

The two athletes are going to the conquest of his title number 21 of Grand Slams, a record that does not yet have a first or last name. If both advance in their rounds, they could see each other in the semifinals of the contest and play another great duel in their history.

Djokovick He is still in Australian territory awaiting confirmation on whether the local authorities end up deporting him. As reported by the newspaper As: “If the Australian Government expelled Djokovic before there was order of play, the seeds would be relocated. If there was already a schedule, he would be replaced by a lucky loser (loser of the previous one), which would alter the picture a lot ”.