Novak Djokovik returns to the brawl to participate in US OpenFrom 29 August to 11 September, and continuing his career winning Grand Slam tournaments, Rafael would like to tie Nadal with 22 titles.
Novak Djokovic’s existence complicated by the fact that he hasn’t been vaccinated COVID-19, The situation we all know and now comes the US Open, which has the same rule as the Australian Open, in which foreigners are not allowed to enter their country without vaccination against the coronavirus.
The Serbian is clear and wants to play the US Open for a chance to win it, but he doesn’t want to be vaccinated, a situation that has recently reached the oval office in Washington with a request to allow the Wimbledon champion. play in US Open,
Djokovic will also miss out on playing in Montreal, a tournament he has won several times and is one of the first preparatory tournaments. US Open, Canadians, such as Australians and Americans, will not allow this.
Djokovic at the age of 35 – at the moment – along with the tennis player of the moment Rafael NadalBecause the other players who came behind have shown that they are still far away from the Serbian and the Spanish.
transparency of Djokovic It’s that he no longer wants problems with governments, or the media, or tournaments, and – if he’s not allowed to participate in the Canada or US Open – “It’s not the end of the world, but I don’t want to get vaccinated.” And as a professional, I want to play where I can”.
John McEnroe has taken the issue and says “let Djokovic play at the US Open, it’s already ridiculous”. I can tell you that Novak Djokovic will not play the US Open nor in Montreal, if the health regulations in Canada and the United States do not change.
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Also, as COVID-19 comes and goes, there will be no changes to these rules in the coming weeks. Djokovic, on the other hand, has confirmed that he will appear at the Rod Laver Cup, an exhibition event organized by Roger Federer, which will feature two teams: European and the rest of the world. The Old Continent has Djokovic, Nadal, Federer and Andy Murray to name a few, and certainly no one from the rest of the world can beat these four events.
Rafael Nadal Recovering from his injuries and can’t be ruled out of participating in any event, Roger Federer has already sent a signal – in some statements – that he no longer feels competitive and that he has no hope of winning important events. Chances are slim each time, so his retirement looks very close, while Djokovic has closed the doors – for now – in two of four Grand Slam tournaments, and in three – at age 35 – he sees no serious There is no injury.
let’s go! Novak is once again in the eye of the storm, but now – as he says – “If I don’t play at the US Open, it’s not the end of the world”.