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Model Claims She Was Offered 60,000 Euros To Set Up Novak Djokovic

Natalija Scekic says she was asked to try and seduce the world No.1.

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A Serbian magazine has published an article in which it is claimed that an unnamed individual tried to frame Novak Djokovic in a scandal which would have damaged his reputation.

 

Serbian model Natalija Scekic said during an interview with Svet&Scandal that she was asked to take part in a plot to frame the tennis star which would have threatened to ruin his marriage. The mastermind behind the alleged plan is said to be from England which is where Seckic says she knew him from. Although no names were mentioned in the article.

It has been reported that the plan was to get the two together at some stage. Then it would have been Scekic’s job to try and seduce the 18-time Grand Slam champion whilst secretly filming the act. Her reward for taking part was said to be in the range of 60,000 euros.

It is true that a guy contacted me. I know him from the city [of London] and I considered him a serious guy, Scekic claims.
“I am familiar with their work and they were good. When he asked me for a date, I thought it was for a business matter. However, as the conversation progressed, I saw that it had nothing to do with my life.”

At first the model said she thought it was a joke before finding out that the person speaking to her was being serious. No details were given about a possible motive about why the individual wanted to frame Djokovic.

“I thought it was a hidden camera when he told me that I had to seduce Novak and film it, but not to worry about that because he was already taking care of that,” she continued.
“He told me I could get about 60,000 euros for that and a trip wherever I wanted. I laughed, expecting him to say it was a joke, but the man was very serious. I felt very offended and humiliated.”

According to a ‘source’ at Svet&Scandal, they mentioned a man from Belgrade who travels around the world and ‘can do everything he needs for big money.’ Referring to the ideology that some parties hire others to discredit the reputation of their rivals. Which is the magazine is alleging tried to happy with Djokovic. The source claims that the Belgrade person was contacted by the London individual to find a girl to frame Djokovic.

However, the plan failed after Scekic refused to take part.

“At that moment I thought of hitting him, throwing water on him, but I restrained myself because we were in a public place,” she stated.
“I gathered my things and left. I hope he didn’t find a girl who wants to do that, because it’s not fair to Novak. He is our best ambassador, an exemplary man, a family man. For someone to seduce him like that for money, or at least try to…”

There has been no comment from Djokovic’s team regarding Scekic’s story.

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Pablo Carreno sets up all-Spanish final against Jaume Munar in Marbella

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Last year’s US Open semifinalist Pablo Carreno Busta battled past his compatriot Albert Ramos Vinolas 6-1 3-6 7-6 (7-5) in an all-Spanish semifinal to secure his spot in the Any Tech 365 Andalucia Open in Marbella. 

 

Carreno Busta has improved his head-to-to-head record against Ramos Vinolas to 3-1. 

Carreno Busta raced out to a 5-0 lead with a double break to win a one-sided first set 6-1. Ramos Vinolas won just one point from ten on his second serve. 

Ramos Vinolas bounced back by winning the second set 6-3 with just one break in the fourth game. For the 12th time in his last 13 matches, Ramos Vinolas sent them into the third set. 

Ramos Vinolas went up a break in the third game and was just two points from victory as he served for the match at 5-4. Carreno Busta broke back in the 10th game to draw level to 5-5 after a double fault and a forehand error from Ramos Vinolas. 

Carreno Busta converted his third match point to seal the third set after 2 hours and 11 minutes securing his spot into the eighth final of his career. 

“It was so close. I don’t know what happened in the second set. At the beginning of the match, I was very focused on my game and my aggressive. After that, Albert started to push back more I started to lose my level a little bit. I just kept fighting all the time, and I want to thank everyone in the crowd for their support. This is what we missed last year, the crowd. It’s very important to play these close matches with a crowd like that”, said Carreno Busta.

Carreno Busta set up an all-Spanish final against Jaume Munar, who beat Carlos Alcaraz 7-6 (7-4) 6-4. Alcaraz got an early break in the second game of the opening set, but Munar broke straight back and saved a break point to hold serve at deuce for 2-2. Alcaraz earned an early mini-break to take a 2-0 lead, but Munar won seven of the next nine points with two mini-breaks to claim the tie-break 7-4. 

Munar converted his fourth break point in the second game after five deuces to take a 2-0 lead. Alcaraz broke back at love in the third game and held serve at deuce to draw level to 2-2. After four consecutive on serve Munar went up a break at love in the eighth game to take a 5-3 lead. Alcaraz broke straight back at love for 4-5. Munar sealed the second set 6-4 with a break in the 10th game.

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Lorenzo Sonego reaches his third career final in Cagliari

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Lorenzo Sonego battled past Taylor Fritz 6-4 5-7 6-1 after 2 hours and 39 minutes to advance to the final of the Sardegna Open in Cagliari. 

 

Sonego is one match away from becoming the first Italian player to clinch an ATP Tour clay-court title on home soil. Former world number 25 and current Italian Davis Cup captain Filippo Volandri was the last Italian player to win an ATP Tour on Italian soil, when he beat Nicolas Lapentti in Palermo 2006. 

Sonego converted his sixth break point with three powerful forehands in the fifth game to take a 3-2 lead. Fritz broke back in the eighth game with a deep forehand to draw level to 4-4, but Sonego earned an immediate break to love. 

Sonego reeled off five consecutive games from 4-4 to build up a 6-4 3-0 lead with a break in the ninth game of the first set at love and two breaks in the first and third games of the second set. Fritz pulled back both times to draw level to 3-3. The US player earned his third break in the 12th game to claim the second set after 64 minutes when Sonego hit a backhand into the net. 

Sonego started the third set with an early break in the first game with a drop shot. The Turin-native player went up a double break with three consecutive forehands to take a 3-0 lead. The 2019 Antalya champion raced out to a 5-0 lead with his third break. Fritz pulled one break back in the sixth game for 1-5 but Sonego sealed the third set 6-1 with his fourth break to secure his spot in his third career final and his first title match on clay. Last year he upset Novak Djokovic in the semifinal before finishing runner-up to Andrey Rublev in the final at the Erste Open in Vienna. Yesterday Sonego came back from one set down to beat Yannik Hanfmann 3-6 7-6 6-3 in the quarter finals. 

Sonego will take on Laslo Djere, who cruised past Nikoloz Basilashvili 6-2 6-0. Djere broke twice in the third and seventh games and got three consecutive breaks in the third set.

Djere dropped just one set against Lorenzo Musetti this week. He becomes the second Italian player after Andreas Seppi to reach finals on all surfaces after winning his first title on grass in Antalya 2019 and reaching the Vienna 2020 final on indoor hard-court last year. Sonego has also qualified for the doubles final alongside Andrea Vavassori against Simone Bolelli and Andres Molteni.

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Halle tournament to be held behind closed doors

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The tournament management of the Noventi Open in Halle has announced that the German grass tournament will be held behind closed doors in 2021 due to the covid-19 pandemic. 

 

Many European countries have been dealing with rising covid-19 cases. According to tournament officials the decision was the best available option to ensure players safety. 

However, the organizers have announced that Roger Federer will play in Halle in the next two editions in 2021 and 2022. 

Federer holds a record ten titles in Halle in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013, 204, 2015, 2017 and 2019 and used Halle as a springboard for success at Wimbledon. This yeat the Swiss legend will bid to win his 21st career Grand Slam title. The ATP 500 tournament will also feature 2020 ATP Finals champin Danil Medvedev, 2021 Rotterdam winner Andrey Rublev, 2019 Wimbledon semifinalist and 2021 Doha finalist Roberto Bautista Agut, 2014 US Open finalist Kei Nishikori, 2017 ATP Finals runner-up David Goffin and 2018 Paris Bercy Karen Khachanov.

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