Despite Novak Djokovic’s immunization status, U.S. Senator Rand Paul isn’t happy about his absence from the U.S. Open. It’s a concern for Novak Djokovic since he has opted not to get vaccinated against Covid-19 under current U.S. vaccination rules.
Certain efforts to combat Coronavirus have recently been relaxed in the United States; persons must still provide confirmation of immunization upon entry, though. That’s because Djokovic hasn’t been immunized and has stated his intention to avoid it, the US Open might proceed without one of the world’s finest players.
“Novak Djokovic’s courageous statements for medical freedom are a joy to see. ‘Boo!’ for the anti-scientific approach of denying entry to individuals who are already immune “in a tweet from Paul
Djokovic: “At US Open only if I get permission.”
The temptation to go to the United States for the US Open is strong, as is the obvious determination to avoid what happened at the Australian Open in January.
Novak Djokovic makes it plain that he will only be at Flushing Meadows if given permission to do so: “Unlike what happened in Australia, Djokovic told La Gazzetta dello Sport that he will not travel to the United States unless he has permission to do so.
The situation in Australia was quite upsetting. A lot of people may think that I pushed things by attempting to enter Australia without the proper paperwork, but that was proven in court.
The worst that can happen if I do not gain authorization to go to New York is that I will be stuck here. No, I’d never set foot in another nation without correct documentation “The Serb went on to say that. “It was the same in Australia, where I got a vaccination exemption and a permission.
I’ve always wanted to see New York City and the rest of the United States. As a tennis player who doesn’t care about politics or anything else, my goal is to visit every nation where I can play the sport. My views are my own, and I stand by them.
I hold everyone and everything in high regard, and I demand the same in return from those around me. Despite the fact that I’ll be playing for many more years, I still have a long way to go “to which I say, After that, Djokovic said his piece.