Novak Djokovic return to the circuit ATP big time After more than two months of forced absence, due to his clash of beliefs such as anti-vaccines with the North American regulations that prevent the entry of foreigners to USA Y Canada without the complete guideline, the Serbian returned in the Tel Aviv ATP 250 and took the title after beating the veteran this Sunday in the final Marin Cilicwho could not compete face to face with a good version of the former number one in the world.
the victory of Djokovic in two sets (6-3, 6-4)completes a journey of four games in which he has been finding himself in terms of competition rhythm, until achieving the highest level against the most important rival, a Cylic to whom the circumstances of the Israeli tournament track were wonderful, but not so much the presence of Nole, not usual in tournaments ATP250in the frame.
Djokovic he gave up just one break point and twice broke his rival’s serve, enough background to raise his arms and win the third title of the season, possibly the most bizarre of his life, after those achieved in the Masters 1000 in Rome and at Wimbledon.
nole won on his debut Tel Aviv To Spanish Pablo Andujarto later overcome two other affordable rivals for him like the Canadian Vasek Pospisil and the russian Roman Safiullin, both outside the top-100 of the ATP. Djokovic, however, fulfills the objective for which he went to Israel, which is none other than to enter the game by taking the title and with little doubt, since he leaves the tournament without a single set on loan in four games.
Next stop: Astana
next stop for Djokovic is the tournament Astanain which he will coincide with number one in the world, a Carlos Alcaraz who returns to the ATP competition after being crowned at the top in the US Open, tournament that he conquered and that elevated him to be the reference of the ranking. Both could meet in the final in Kazakhstan and repeat the duel that was already experienced in the Masters 1000 in Madrid, in the semifinals, with Carlitos then as the winner in a highly disputed clash.