| The organizers announced on the 22nd that world No. 1 Novak Djokovic (36, Serbia) withdrew from the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open (ATP Masters 1000)먹튀검증, which starts on the 26th (local time).
When Djokovic faced Lorenzo Musetti (Italy) in the 2023 Rolex Monte Carlo Masters (ATP Masters 1000) singles round of 16 held on the 9th to 16th, he wore a band on his right elbow and announced that he was injured in that area. he lost this match
The Madrid Open did not give a specific reason for Djokovic’s withdrawal, but only wished for a “quick recovery” in his statement. Djokovic has struggled with right elbow (elbow) problems in recent weeks.
Djokovic was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Srpska Open (ATP 250) singles on the 21st, losing to Doosan Rayovic, ranked 70th in the same country.
Earlier, Rafael Nadal (37, Spain), ranked 14th in the world, also gave up participating in the Madrid Open, citing slow recovery from a left hip injury.
As Djokovic and Nadal suffer from serious injuries during the clay court season, attention is focusing on whether they will be able to compete in their normal form at the French Open (Roland Garros), which opens on May 28.