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Novak Djokovic’s loss to Alejandro Davidovic Pokina is the first since losing to Marine Klizan in Barcelona in 2018 in the opening match of the tournament. The world No. 1 loser in 2 hours 54 minutes and ran out of energy in the decisive set.

Novak Djokovic suffered an early exit at the Monte Carlo Masters to Spain’s Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, admitting he ‘ran out of gas’

Novak Djokovic: World No. 1 receives an early red card from Alejandro Davidovich Fokina at the Monte Carlo Masters.

Novak Djokovic’s loss to Alejandro Davidovic Pokina is the first since losing to Marine Klizan in Barcelona in 2018 in the opening match of the tournament. The world No. 1 loser in 2 hours 54 minutes and ran out of energy in the decisive set.

Novak Djokovic’s lack of performance caught up with him as the world number 1 event ended Tuesday at the Monte Carlo Masters by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.

Serbia, who participated in the second tournament this year, made 51 mistakes despite difficult conditions, and lost 6-3 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 in the second round.

Djokovic is back on the court for the first time since Dubai in February. He lost to Ghiri Beseli in the quarter-finals, but Spain’s 46th place was much stronger in deciding to get away with a win on set.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion has decided not to attempt to compete on the American hard court swing due to restrictions related to his COVID-19 immunization status.

“It’s disappointing. No one likes to lose. We are professional athletes. That’s what we do. We go out on the court to compete and win each other,” said Djokovic.

“I didn’t like the way I felt physically in the third set. I just ran out of gas. I just couldn’t stay at the rally with him. is.

“So I don’t like how it felt in the third set, but with the team we’ll see why that happened and we’ll go back to basics and we’ll be better in Belgrade next week.”

Djokovic, who won the Monte Carlo two times, lost in the first set and looked for a defeat in an instant, but collapsed immediately at the start of the second set.

The Spanish player showed his inexperience with unnecessary dives at the start of the 7th game of the set, sparking fears over his injury and missed 10 runs when Djokovic fell in love again to gain the upper hand.

The momentum turned again in the direction of Davidovich Fokina, and Djokovic served on the set and called for four mistakes that didn’t allow the opponent to counterattack and ultimately tie-break.

However, after a 4-2 comeback and beating the breaker, Djokovic said he lacked play practice as he lost three more in a one-sided decision set.

For the most part, Djokovic lost the match.

Monte Carlo Masters’ Alejandro Davidovich Pokina vs 9 (Most of 3 out of 3 sets)

9 vs Dominic Thiem at 2019 French Open

9 2012 French Open Rafael Nadal vs.

Guillermo Lopez v 9 at Wimbledon 2005

9 vs Marat Safin at the 2005 Australian Open

Davidovich Fokina said in a post-match interview: “This win is very special to me because I grew up watching Nole (Djokovic) and I am a huge fan of him.”

“I knew Nole didn’t play much this season, so he didn’t have the confidence. I got the chance early in the game and I took it.

“It was very difficult mentally when we won the second set, but I tried hard to concentrate. I had to prepare for war.”

Djokovic hopes to build his form and defend his crown at the French Open starting next month.

“That’s the big goal of the clay season.” Djokovic said. “When I spoke to you a few days ago… I knew it would take some time for me to really do my best on clay.

“Historically it has always been that way. I’ve never had a good game in the opener of a clay season. But it’s okay, I have to accept the defeat and keep working.”

In the opening match, England’s Dan Evans defeated Frenchman Benjamin Bonji 6-0 7-6 (7-4) and advanced to the second round of the prestigious clay court tournament.

Last year’s semifinalists will face David Goffin after Belgium beat Jiri Lehecka 6-4 6-3.

World No. 10 Cameron Nori will face world No. 37 Albert Ramos-Vinolas on Wednesday.

Nadal not attending Barcelona Open, return date still unclear

It’s still unclear when Rafael Nadal will be able to return to competitive tennis after withdrawing from the ATP event in Barcelona this month as he recovers from his rib injury.

The Spaniard, who won 21 Grand Slam singles titles, was out for up to six weeks last month due to a stress fracture of his rib.

Nadal complained of chest problems while playing in the ATP 1000 final at Indian Wells last month.

A test conducted in Barcelona revealed a “stress fracture of the third left costal arch”.

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Novak Djokovic: World No. 1 receives an early red card from Alejandro Davidovich Fokina at the Monte Carlo Masters.

Novak Djokovic’s loss to Alejandro Davidovic Pokina is the first since losing to Marine Klizan in Barcelona in 2018 in the opening match of the tournament. The world No. 1 loser in 2 hours 54 minutes and ran out of energy in the decisive set.

Novak Djokovic’s lack of performance caught up with him as the world number 1 event ended Tuesday at the Monte Carlo Masters by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.

Serbia, who participated in the second tournament this year, made 51 mistakes despite difficult conditions, and lost 6-3 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 in the second round.

Djokovic is back on the court for the first time since Dubai in February. He lost to Ghiri Beseli in the quarter-finals, but Spain’s 46th place was much stronger in deciding to get away with a win on set.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion has decided not to attempt to compete on the American hard court swing due to restrictions related to his COVID-19 immunization status.

“It’s disappointing. No one likes to lose. We are professional athletes. That’s what we do. We go out on the court to compete and win each other,” said Djokovic.

“I didn’t like the way I felt physically in the third set. I just ran out of gas. I just couldn’t stay at the rally with him. is.

“So I don’t like how it felt in the third set, but with the team we’ll see why that happened and we’ll go back to basics and we’ll be better in Belgrade next week.”

Djokovic, who won the Monte Carlo two times, lost in the first set and looked for a defeat in an instant, but collapsed immediately at the start of the second set.

The Spanish player showed his inexperience with unnecessary dives at the start of the 7th game of the set, sparking fears over his injury and missed 10 runs when Djokovic fell in love again to gain the upper hand.

The momentum turned again in the direction of Davidovich Fokina, and Djokovic served on the set and called for four mistakes that didn’t allow the opponent to counterattack and ultimately tie-break.

However, after a 4-2 comeback and beating the breaker, Djokovic said he lacked play practice as he lost three more in a one-sided decision set.

For the most part, Djokovic lost the match.

Monte Carlo Masters’ Alejandro Davidovich Pokina vs 9 (Most of 3 out of 3 sets)

9 vs Dominic Thiem at 2019 French Open

9 2012 French Open Rafael Nadal vs.

Guillermo Lopez v 9 at Wimbledon 2005

9 vs Marat Safin at the 2005 Australian Open

Davidovich Fokina said in a post-match interview: “This win is very special to me because I grew up watching Nole (Djokovic) and I am a huge fan of him.”

“I knew Nole didn’t play much this season, so he didn’t have the confidence. I got the chance early in the game and I took it.

“It was very difficult mentally when we won the second set, but I tried hard to concentrate. I had to prepare for war.”

Djokovic hopes to build his form and defend his crown at the French Open starting next month.

“That’s the big goal of the clay season.” Djokovic said. “When I spoke to you a few days ago… I knew it would take some time for me to really do my best on clay.

“Historically it has always been that way. I’ve never had a good game in the opener of a clay season. But it’s okay, I have to accept the defeat and keep working.”

In the opening match, England’s Dan Evans defeated Frenchman Benjamin Bonji 6-0 7-6 (7-4) and advanced to the second round of the prestigious clay court tournament.

Last year’s semifinalists will face David Goffin after Belgium beat Jiri Lehecka 6-4 6-3.

World No. 10 Cameron Nori will face world No. 37 Albert Ramos-Vinolas on Wednesday.

Nadal not attending Barcelona Open, return date still unclear

It’s still unclear when Rafael Nadal will be able to return to competitive tennis after withdrawing from the ATP event in Barcelona this month as he recovers from his rib injury.

The Spaniard, who won 21 Grand Slam singles titles, was out for up to six weeks last month due to a stress fracture of his rib.

Nadal complained of chest problems while playing in the ATP 1000 final at Indian Wells last month.

A test conducted in Barcelona revealed a “stress fracture of the third left costal arch”.

Madrid and Roma host the ATP Masters 1000 next month, and Nadal will hope to join in to play under his belt before the French Open, where he achieved a record of 13 from 22 May to 5 June.

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