Djokovic took to social media platform ‘X’ to react to Kohli’s wishesDjokovic took to social media platform ‘X’ to react to Kohli’s wishes

Australian Open: twenty-four hours Thanking superstar Indian batsman Virat Kohli for his well-wishes, Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic expressed his excitement for the day when the two can play together.

In summary,

o          Novak Djokovic expresses gratitude to Virat Kohli for the Australian Open wishes.

o          It was disclosed by Virat Kohli that he texts Novak Djokovic on a daily basis.

o          Djokovic overcame Prizmic to get to the Australian Open round two.

Superstar Indian batsman Virat Kohli was congratulated for his well-wishes by 24-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic, who expressed his excitement for the day when the two can play together.


Djokovic responded to Kohli’s ambitions for the Australian Open in 2024 by using the social media app “X.”

After Djokovic disclosed that they had been texting for a few years, Kohli explained in a video provided by the BCCI how they first spoke.

“It seems like I was simply perusing Novak’s Instagram profile when I unintentionally hit the message button and chose to send him a hello. That’s how we got in touch quite naturally. Then I already had a message from him in my direct message. It had never been opened by me. I said to myself, “Let me just see if this is a fake account or something.” However, after double checking, it turned out to be authentic. Then, yes, we started conversing. We keep messaging each other every now and then. Kohli remarked, “I congratulated him on all his incredible accomplishments.


He continued by wishing Djokovic the best of luck in the Australian Open in 2024 and expressed confidence that the world would witness his best play during the competition.


“I want to wish you the finest possible luck at the Australian Open. I’m aware of your excitement and readiness for these significant occasions, and I’m confident we’ll witness the same Novak Djokovic as we’ve seen throughout the years. “I hope you have an amazing tournament,” continued Kohli.



In a match that lasted more than four hours, Djokovic defeated Dino Prizmic of Croatia in the first round to open his defence of the Australian Open championship.


In the opening round of the men’s singles, the Serb rallied after dropping the second set to defeat 18-year-old Prizmic 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-4.


It was Djokovic’s longest first-round match at a Grand Slam and only the second occasion in his previous 17 Australian Open first-round matches that he has lost a set.

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