With the Adria Tour set to begin from June 13, Novak Djokovic kick-started his practice session on Thursday with Grigor Dimitrov.
Some of the top tennis players will be in action on the clay courts of Balkan at the Djokovic-organised Adria Tour and the preparations, albeit a tad slow given the pandemic situation, have begun.
Players like Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, Borna Coric and Marin Cilic will all be a part of the competition with the competition set to run across four venues over the next four weeks.
And Djokovic was seen practicing on court with Dimitrov as he gave a sign of things to come for the tennis fans.
Other players are expected to join Djokovic and Dimitrov in some more practice later on Friday with the first official match at the tournament to start from Saturday.
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Understandably looking rusty, both players were out in the sun practicing for a while with a handful of people associated with the players and some fans.
The Adria Tour is one of the multiple exhibition tournaments to be played across Europe this month and the next. Another competition starting this week will be the Ultimate Tennis Showdown, the mastermind of Patrick Mouratoglou which will be played in France.