Noah Rubin Criticizes the Planning of Novak Djokovic’s Adria Tour

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June 14, 2020 9:23 pm

The entire world has been deprived of tennis since March when the ATP Tour was suspended. This is why Novak Djokovic planned a series of tennis events called the ‘Adria Tour’. It was to be played across 4 Balkan countries and would feature many professional tennis players. Sadly, the event in Montenegro was canceled and Noah Rubin has given his opinion on this. Check it out.

Noah Rubin On The Novak Djokovic ‘Adria Tour’

As you can see in the above tweet, Noah Rubin criticized the way the event was planned. You can also see the tweet he was responding to when he said this. This tweet was talking about why the event was canceled in Montenegro.

Montenegro has just opened up their borders to countries that meet the criteria set by their health authorities. Serbia, where Novak Djokovic is from, is not on this list. And that is why the event in Montenegro was canceled which is something that Novak Djokovic will not be happy about.

Novak has already started playing the first part of the event in Belgrade and will soon be moving the Tour to Croatia. He will be hoping that he does not suffer another setback on this tour and so will all tennis fans as they have not been able to see any tennis for a long time.

They will be hoping that this will be the start of some more events and eventually a return to professional tennis in 2020. While the Serb is unsure about playing the US Open this year, he is confident about playing the French Open. And he is probably training to win it.

If he wins it this year, he will complete the double career slam. This is something that has not been completed by any men’s singles’ player in the Open Era and will get him closer to his goal of becoming the GOAT of tennis. All of his fans will be hoping that he will do exactly that.

 

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