Djokovic has withdrawn from Roland Garros. Sinner will become the world number one

Tennis news 04 june 2024, 11:19
Liam Carter Dailysports's expert Liam Carter
Djokovic has withdrawn from Roland Garros. Sinner will become the world number one Photo: x.com/rolandgarros

World ranking leader Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from Roland Garros 2024, according to the official announcement of the French Open.

The reason for the Serbian tennis player's withdrawal from the competition is a right knee injury.

Thus, the Serb will lose the status of the world No.1 after the completion of the competition. For the first time in his career, the ATP No.1 will be Italian Jannik Sinner.

Djokovic made it to the quarter-finals of Roland Garros 2024. In a very difficult 1/8 final match, the legendary Serb outplayed Argentine tennis player Francisco Cerundolo, who is ranked 25th in the world rankings. This victory was Djokovic's 370th career victory at Grand Slam tournaments.

Novak was scheduled to play against Casper Ruud in the quarter-finals on 5 June. The Serb is a three-time winner of the tournament.

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