Djokovic: Caruso, ‘I became the most famous lucky loser’

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(ANSA) – ROME, JANUARY 16 – “I didn’t follow the Djokovic story much, I’m here to play tennis. Let’s say I’ve become the most famous lucky loser in history …”. Domenico Caruso (n.150 in the world) commented on Sky Sport his repechage following the exclusion of the n.1 of the scoreboard, Novak Djokovic. In fact, according to the rules of the Grand Slam, a ‘lucky loser’ (player eliminated in the last qualifying round, ed) will take the position of the # 1 seed, the Australian Federtennis announced. Caruso will then face Miomir Kecmanovic (# 78). With the Sicilian tennis player there are 10 Italians involved in the first Grand Slam of 2022.

“Honestly, tennis players haven’t talked too much about the Nole affair. Here we play a slam and we are focused on our work – he added – For him it is a bad blow, but he is a great champion and I believe that over time he will find the strength to overcome. also this moment of difficulty “. (HANDLE).


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