A US lawmaker backs Novak Djokovic’s admission into the country

To ensure that an incident like the one that took place at the Australian Open in January does not happen again, there is an overwhelming desire to travel to the United States in 2022 to attend the US Open. If he is allowed to play in Flushing Meadows, Novak Djokovic has stated that the following will be his intention: “Unlike those in Australia, I will not be unable to enter the United States unless I first have authorization.

It was a dreadful turn of events that occurred in Australia. While many people may think I exploited the situation by trying to enter Australia without a valid visa, the courts have established this is not the case.

Without authorization from someone, I will not be able to travel to New York; otherwise, I will not be traveling. I would never attempt to enter a new nation without the right paperwork. Having a visa and an exemption from immunization was essential even in Australia, where I was a student.

New York City and the rest of the United States are on my bucket list. The reason I do not get involved in politics is because I am a tennis player and I am not interested in those kinds of issues. I do, however, intend to travel to every place in which I have a chance of winning a sports event there in the future. When it comes to my beliefs, I am a person who stands firm in them.

To me, everyone and everything is worthy of respect, and I want people to feel the same way about the decisions that I make. Many options are open to me because I am still young and intend to continue playing for a long period of time.”

Novak Djokovic has the support of a prominent US politician.
According to Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, Novak Djokovic’s likely withdrawal from the US Open because of his immunization status does not surprise him.

Covid-19 is a vaccine that Djokovic, who is 35 years old, has decided not to get immunized against because of the current laws on vaccines in the United States. Travelers entering the United States are still need to show proof that they have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, notwithstanding the recent easing of restrictions.

Considering that Djokovic has not been vaccinated and stated that he does not intend to get vaccinated, it is feasible that the US Open may go on without one of the best tennis players in the world.”

Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic deserves recognition for his daring words for medical freedom.

Prohibiting admittance into the United States of those who have already developed a natural resistance to a disease is condemned as anti-scientific policy, “In a tweet, Paul expressed his thoughts.