Australian tennis star Ashley Bertie has retired from tennis at the age of 25. The Aussie star is one of the most successful tennis players of his career.
The Australian won the Australian Open title, breaking a 44-year record in Australian history. Within a month of such success, the tennis world has come to a standstill with the news of leaving the court. Bertie said that since the dream has come true, he is walking the path of another dream. This time Bertie has entered writing to fulfill her dream.
Writing series stories for children. The name of the book is ‘Little Ash’. The book is basically a six-volume book based on his own life experiences. The book is set to be released next July by HarperCollins, a well-known publishing house, according to Australian news agency NewsCorp.
Meanwhile, world number one tennis star Novak Djokovic has returned to the clay court with the morale to welcome new challenges, leaving behind vaccine complications. The Serbian faced various adversities over the vaccine issue at the Australian Open. Joko takes on all the obstacles behind him as a motivator, waiting to take on new challenges.
world’s best tennis star. There is a touch of success in career at every step. The insanity of winning on the tennis court killed him long ago. Novak Djokovic has won 20 Grand Slams. Named the world’s best tennis star.
However, despite such success, the Serbian had to accept the start of the year haphazardly. Although he flew to Melbourne to win the Australian Open, Joko had to return home from Australia due to court cases, lawsuits and immigration custody due to vaccine complications. Joko has never been in such a predicament before. After a long break of almost four months, the Serbian returned to the tennis court at the Dubai Open but could not hold Jayarath.
This time Joko has changed the tune. Despite all the complications, the mental strength is intact, the clay court season has started with the Monte Carlo Masters Open. Despite participating in a competitive competition this year, he sees the flow of unexpected events as an inspiration.
“In the last few months, I’ve had the worst time of my career,” said Novak Djokovic. Adversity of all kinds has caused me many unforeseen events. But there is no chance to look back. Past experience has inspired me. I am ready to welcome all the new challenges by using these complexities as inspiration. The French Open is my most successful surface. I hope we get a good rhythm to achieve the desired goal.
This time Joko is waiting to continue his winning streak at the French Open next month. Due to the recent stabilization of the epidemic situation in the country, the sanctions have also been relaxed. So there is not a very strict ban on vaccine issue in France.