Novak Djokovic lead a PTPA meeting in Melbourne explaining his goal and vision for the organisation in a video that was posted by the PTPA on social media.
Since starting the PTPA, Djokovic was accused of breaking up tennis. Not being the most popular in the first place, Djokovic had an uphill battle with his idea and vision. The Serbian wanted to give the players full control of their representation. He was joined by several players in that effort despite the majority being against it.
Djokovic led a meeting in Melbourne during the Australian Open he laid out his vision for the oganisation:
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"This is the first time in the history of tennis that we will have 100% player-only representation in our organization."
"Having a players’ association in tennis is just as important, if not more important than some of the other sports and every other sport has benefited tremendously. Day 1 of hopefully, you know, a turning point for the history of our sport.”
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