It will be better, in the metaverse
Furthermore, Roger Federer has not retired yet. He is playing for the title, with Rafa.
And all the audiences in Australia are happy! So happy and thrilled!
Oh, it's just that it won't match the reality, because the reality in Melbourne for years, except for the last one, when they slammed the door in front of his face, is Novak Djokovic.
Let's hope that it will be the same on Sunday, from 9.30 a.m. CET, when he plays his jubilee, the tenth Australian final.
It's no wonder that the creators of that "metaverse", whatever it is, started tinkering with these virtual wishes in Grand Slam tournaments last year.
It's understandable, it was a form of escape from the reality of tennis, and that reality says that a lot of positive winds somehow blow from the East...
After all, isn't this Australian Open a confirmation of exactly that?
Serbian Djokovic and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, whose mother is Russian, will play in the men's singles final.
In the women's final, we saw Elena Rybakina from Moscow, who plays under the flag of Kazakhstan, and Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus.
In the junior women's final, two Russian girls, Andreeva and the champion Korneeva. Well, there are also young stars who continue to confirm that something really good is happening with tennis in the East. Not for years, but now it will be for decades.
And there comes a need for a metaverse, of those who are used to big titles being handed out to players coming from the West, in that broader sense.
This eternal antagonism between the West and the East is visible, unfortunately, in tennis as well.
In the world of sports, anyone's origin shouldn't matter. As well as anyone's opinion. Sport should bring everyone...
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