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Australian Open 2022 | Millman’s warning about the new balls: “They are fast and difficult to control”

The first big season of 2023 on the professional tennis circuit is just around the corner. A Open the Australia that will have the Novak Djokovic return and the defense of the title by Rafael Nadal. One of the conditions that give the most talk today are the balls, which seem will be somewhat different in this edition of the Melbourne tournament.

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This has been stated on his Twitter account by the Australian tennis player John Millman, which usually analyzes this aspect in detail. The has been able to test them in Brisbane and believe that it will not be too easy to control themalthough the humidity of Australia’s coastal cities is always quite generous.

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“After testing the 2023 Australian Open balls last week, my general observation is that they are light and fast, especially when new. They are not easy to control initially, even in the wet conditions where I am in Brisbane. Nikc Kyrgios, Hubert Hurkacz or Taylor Fritz can be very dangerous in Melbourne“, assured.

After testing the 2023 Australian Open balls last week, my general observation is that they are light and fast, especially when new.

In his analysis, he asserts that Good serve players like Nick Kyrgios, Taylor Fritz or Hubert Hurkacz could benefit. They might also come in handy Novak Djokovic or Carlos Alcaraz, that drive a lot of rhythm to the ball. not so much for Rafael Nadalto which it is usually better for the ball not to come out so thrown, but that has shown to adapt to the conditions that are put in front of it.

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