Novak Djokovic didn’t even give himself a break, says British author

When it comes to the US Open, Novak Djokovic is hoping that the country would allow him to play. He has made it clear, however, that this is not his intention. Because Djokovic has not been vaccinated against COVID-19, anybody visiting the United States is required to produce proof of immunization under existing US vaccination requirements.

Despite being granted a medical exemption, Novak Djokovic came to Australia earlier this year, but his visa was denied and he was ejected. There’s “I’m not going to the U.S. if I don’t have permission, so the Australian saga for me was not pleasant at all,” Djokovic will be travelling to the US without permission, he stated in quotes picked up by Reuters.

Djokovic was given a medical exemption in December after submitting an application for one. Following Djokovic’s exclusion from the Australian Open, several speculated that the Serbian had attempted to enter the country illegally.

Despite claims to the contrary, Novak Djokovic was adamant that he did not try to enter Australia illegally. “That was established in court, and as a result, I would never set foot in a nation without prior authorization.

I’d want to return to Australia someday. The finest Grand Slam results of my career were achieved in Australia. For the sake of both my personal and professional interests, I am hoping that January will work out for me.

The United States is where I want to go, as well as somewhere else I can play.”

Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic is now in danger of missing both the US Open and the Australian Open after winning his eighth Wimbledon crown on Sunday night.

“I’m a professional tennis player, I don’t get involved in politics or anything because that doesn’t interest me,” he explained.

Claire Fox discusses Novak Djokovic in this clip.

On Talk TV’s “Plank of the Week,” British writer and politician Claire Fox lauded Novak Djokovic.

“The way he handled the events in Australia and the United States was also excellent, in my opinion. As far as I’m concerned, Australia treated him like a scumbag, denying him the opportunity to participate in the World Cup because to a physical problem, and because he chose not to take an entitlement shot “According to what Fox had to say,

“In my opinion, he has the right to his opinion, but who cares? His body is not mine. Then then, he didn’t even raise a ruckus over it. He advocated for his side of the argument. Asked why he gave up major tournaments for this, he responds, “because I have a set of core values.”

How wonderful it is that he’s not just a talented and principled tennis player, but also one of the best in the world at his sport “he went on to say.