Djokovic opposes coronavírus vaccination20 April 2020 / Rui Sousa
World number one is against vaccination programs and does not change his opinion in the face of the new Coronavirus
The tennis season came to an end without news in the top-ranking positions. The big three continue to lead the season, with Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic setting a new eight-season record sharing the top three places in ATP. On the other hand, 2019 was also the year to say goodbye to some of the top ten players of the last decade. Will you miss any?
Was world number three in really competitive years in which Murray also joined Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal in the top-level. He won the Davis Cup three times, was two times finalist in Roland Garros and won the Masters 1000 of Paris. Won 13 clay titles and 27 in his career. Has reached at least the quarterfinals of the four Grand Slam tournaments in two consecutive seasons, something that in the Open era only Lendl, Agassi, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Murray achieved. He performed 190 weeks in the top-5.
Won Davis Cup twice, was a Wimbledon finalist, won 13 ATP titles and reached the semi-finals in all Grand Slam tournaments, something that only four players on the current circuit have ever achieved. Between seven seasons, Berdych remained 369 weeks in the top-10, the only major non-winner to do it. At its best, it became the fourth player in the ATP.
Reach the 9th position of the ranking. He won the Davis Cup for Spain and ended his career with 13 ATP titles. Almagro defeated Nadal finishing with a series of 41 consecutive victories of the compatriot.
He put Cyprus on the tennis map as he reached the Australian Open final. Has a record 23 games and 0 losses in Davis Cup matches. He won four ATP titles and reached number 8.
Alongside Djokovic, he won the Davis Cup for Serbia at one of the highlights of his career. Performed as number 8 in the ATP ranking and reach the US Open quarter-finals twice. Won 4 ATP titles.
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