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Rafael Nadal is already in Madrid, Carlos Alcaraz will try to play, and many are wondering what happened to Novak Djokovic.

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Will Novak Djokovic participate in the Masters in Madrid? The tournament will be played from April 24 to May 5 and there is still no official confirmation regarding the Serbian ace. After falling out in the semi-finals of the tournament in Monte Carlo, Nole confirmed that he will play at Roland Garros and Wimbledon, but did not talk about other tournaments. Before the French Open, competitions are played in Madrid and Rome (from May 8 to 19).

Rafael Nadal has already arrived in Madrid and will start training. Carlos Alcaraz will come soon to test his injured hand and see if he is fit to play, having withdrawn from the Monte Carlo competition due to it. There is still no information about Djokovic, except that his picture is on the official poster of the competition.

As the seed, he is automatically registered for the tournament, just like for the competition in Rome and that is the practice in tennis. Nothing is official until confirmation comes from the player or the tournament. For now there is none. After his defeat to Kasper Rud in Monte Carlo, his official website says that “to make a decision about the next tournament with his team in the coming days.”


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Will Djokovic play in Madrid? Rafa has already arrived, Alkaraz is also coming, everyone is waiting for Novak’s answer

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Let us remind you that Đoković ended his collaboration with Goran Ivanišević and Nenad Zimonjić was with him in Monte Carlo. There is a high probability that the Serbian doubles specialist will be with him in the next tournaments as well, at least when it comes to clay.

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