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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Friday May 17, 2024

Novak Djokovic’s search for form ahead of Roland Garros will take the World No.1 to Switzerland, where he has taken a wild card into the Gonet Geneva Open.

Tennis Express

The news was announced by the tournament on Friday.

Djokovic, who bowed out of Rome in the third round to Alejandro Tabilo, two days after being hit in the head by a metal water bottle, has played two events on clay, and won just two matches.

He has yet to reach a final on tour this year, and has an overall record of 12-5.

Casper Ruud, Taylor Fritz and Andy Murray are also in the draw at Geneva, a 250-level event.

Djokovic reportedly went home to Belgrade to undergo head scans after the incident in Rome. He has received the all clear from his team, according to Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo.

Djokovic, who will turn 37 on May 22, will be the top seed at Roland-Garros, where main draw play begins on May 26.