Tennis Australia last week announced a fundraising exhibition match at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena - centre court at the Australian Open - for January 15, the week before the opening Grand Slam of the year.
Djokovic said he had experienced air quality issues in tournaments in China but admitted the bushfires that had ravaged Australia had created something unprecedented.
The air quality index in the city reached 213 on Monday, with a reading above 200 considered "very unhealthy".
World number two Novak Djokovic has said it would be worth considering a delayed start to the tournament if conditions were extreme in Melbourne.
Djokovic said his camp had been in close contact with Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley and had been monitoring air quality in not only Melbourne but also Sydney where the ATP Cup finals are scheduled to be held.
Hundreds of fires have scorched more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 million acres) of land - an area the size of South Korea - killing 26 people and an estimated 500 million animals and destroying over 1,000 homes.
"All the information we have right now, qualifying next week, is that the forecast is good, we are not expecting any delays, and we have taken additional measures to enable the Australian Open to run as planned", he said.
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Nothing had been received from Japanese prosecutors relating to an arrest warrant for his wife, who is in Beirut. He is expected to give his side of the story in a news conference planned for Wednesday in Beirut.
"Assessing the probability of smoke-induced interruptions is a bit like the way we treat heat and rain", he said.
"So I am here to help in the way, in any way that is possible and I'm sure we will be able to, together with the rest of the players, to help to raise important money for this disaster".
There are fears that fog may affect the Australian Open, but Tiley said on Tuesday (January 7) that it was unlikely. "We stand by you, #Australia".
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Nick Kyrgios, Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty have been among the tennis players who have pledged financial support to the relief fund.
The fires have been a key talking point at the ongoing ATP Cup in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth with tennis stars and other sports personalities getting behind a drive to raise money to help.
The path of destruction widened in at least three states Saturday amid strong winds and high temperatures in what is already being described as the worst bushfire season in Australian history. "It's tough for them because scheduling. has to be respected in terms of play and the Australian Open starts at a certain time, so there's a lot of different things involved".