Despite having no intentions to enter the country, Novak Djokovic is confident he can participate at this year’s US Open. According to current immunization laws, Djokovic has not had the COVID-19 shot, and anyone entering the US must provide proof of vaccination.
Djokovic entered Australia earlier this year thanks to a medical exemption, but his visa was canceled and he was sent back home. The Australian saga has not been enjoyable for me at all, as Djokovic stated to Reuters, “I’m not going to go to the U.S. if I don’t have permission, so the Australian saga for me has not been pleasant at all,”
At the end of December, Djokovic received a medical exemption. Several people made the assumption that Djokovic had attempted to enter Australia illegally after the Serbian was barred from the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic, a tennis player, claims that he is still being accused of trying to enter Australia without the required paperwork, licenses, or exemptions, but that this is untrue.
“Since it was established at the trial that I had always wished to travel back to my native country, I will therefore never visit a location to which I am not permitted. In Australia, a nation I adore, I had my best Grand Slam performances. I am crossing my fingers that they will let me go because I want to go to both cities in January.
It is crucial to me to perform in the US and other countries.” Djokovic won Wimbledon on Sunday for the seventh time, but because to his injury, he now risks missing the US Open and Australian Open. Being a professional tennis player, he continued, “I’m a professional tennis player, I don’t get involved in politics or anything else because I don’t care,”
Nole’s forthcoming appearances are presently scheduled for an undetermined date and time.
As he continued to stream the Wimbledon final on his YouTube site, Patrick Mouratoglou was astounded by Novak Djokovic’s adaptability and, more significantly, his incredible resilience.
“It was a deal for two for one. I am confident his prior experience played a role since he never panicked. He kept his composure even when he started dropping a bunch of games. Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are among the greatest in the world at not losing, if not the best.
seeking solutions and changing the situation. Simply said, this was not a solid foundation since the stakes were so high. His mastery of tactical issues was critical in the end. He only needed one set to realize what he needed to do.”