Organised by Novak, Adria Tour will be held in cities across the Balkans, with the kick-off tournament to be organised in Belgrade, on the TC Novak courts (13/14 June), followed by Zadar (20/21 June), Montenegro (27/28 June) and Banja Luka (3/4 July). In addition, part of it will be held in Sarajevo, on Sunday, 5 July, where Novak and Damir Dzumhur will play an exhibition match.
In conjunction with the cancellation of The Championships, Wimbledon, the ATP has announced continued suspension of the ATP Tour until July 13, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The ATP Rankings will be frozen throughout this period and until further notice.
Tennis world no.1 Novak Djokovic, his wife Jelena, and the Novak Djokovic Foundation, will donate € 1 million to help buy ventilators and other medical equipment in his native Serbia.
The "BNP Paribas Open" in Indian Wells and the "Miami Open" in Miami will not take place at this time due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus and the safety of the participants and attendees at the event.
Novak rallied from a set down and saved three match points en-route to a 2-6, 7-6 (8), 6-1 win over third seed Gael Monfils. He will face Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE, 2) in Saturday's final.
Novak improved his perfect W/L record in 2020 to 16-0, following a 6-2, 6-2 victory over seventh seed Karen Khachanov (RUS). The world no.1 will next play against no.3 seed Gael Monfils (Friday, 16:00 CET).
The top seed booked his place in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships last eight, following a convincing 6-3, 6-1 win over German Philipp Kohlschreiber. For a spot in the ATP 500 event semi-finals, Novak will face no.7 seed Karen Khachanov.
After taking a three-week vacation from tennis following the victorious run in Melbourne, Novak is ready to get back on court at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships (February 24-29). The Serbian star is making his 11th appearance (36-6 record), aiming for his fifth crown.