Novak Djokovic of Serbia, the world’s number one tennis player who has reached the semifinals of the season’s last tennis tournament ATP World Tour Finals, has said that if 10 per cent spectators reach the ground in the first Grand Slam Australian Open of the year, then This will be a big deal. During the lockdown in the wake of the Corona epidemic, most large tournaments have been held in almost empty grounds. Djokovic said that I have heard that the organizers of the Australia Open tournament are talking about giving 50 per cent people entry into the stadium. It would be a big deal if even 10 per cent of the people reach the stadium at the Australian Open.
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He said that the players’ morale is greatly enhanced by the spectators being in the field and after every shot. Nothing better than cheering the audience for their players. We are missing him a lot right now. The Road Laver Arena court is the largest for the Australian Open. It has a seating capacity of 15,000 people while the Melbourne Arena has a seating capacity of 9646 and the Margaret Court Arena has 7500 people.
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Djokovic, who won the Australian Open the most eight times, said that it took us six months to start the Corona epidemic. In the Corona era we participated in tennis tournaments. During this time we played a lot of tournaments without an audience. We played two Grand Slams during this period, apart from this ATP Finals, Cincinnati Open and Rome Open were also played during this period. Significantly, the Australian administration is putting all efforts to organize the Australian Open in mid-January.