Now that Novak Djokovic has won his 21st Grand Slam title, his future is uncertain. He won the title by defeating Nick Kyrgios a few days ago. The Wimbledon champion from Serbia may miss the rest of the season due to injury.
Novak Djokovic could miss the tournament because of entry restrictions in Canada and the United States for those who have not received the vaccine. Even though Novak won Wimbledon, he may not be able to compete in the US Open after already missing the Australian Open this year.
In fact, at this time, the Wimbledon champion almost certainly won’t be competing in the US Open because of the mandatory vaccination test and the seemingly closed doors for the Serb. Joe Biden has made it clear that anyone without proof of vaccination is not welcome in the United States.
Biden is also being blamed for the influx of undocumented immigrants by those who claim he allowed them in without requiring proof that they were free of the Coronavirus. Many anti-Biden demonstrators have pointed to the example of Serbian tennis champion Novak Djokovic.
Sen. Drew Springer of Texas made a snarky tweet about the President of the United States. His message is as follows: “While Biden forbids Novak Djokovic from entering the country so that he can compete in the U.S. Open, he allows millions of illegal immigrants into the country without requiring them to undergo any sort of screening process or vaccination.
What do you say, Joe? Let them in! unvaccinated?” To be fair, Springer isn’t the only senator who supports Novak Djokovic. In addition, Republican Senator Rand Paul tweeted his approval of Novak Djokovic’s play: Champion of Wimbledon Novak Djokovic’s heroic defense of freedom deserves a shout out of praise.
Nole Djokovic, according to Leif Shiras
In a recent interview with Kamau Murray, Leif Shiras discussed the Serb’s potential to win additional Grand Slam championships. He also remarked upon Novak Djokovic’s remarkable shape for a man of 35.
If Novak Djokovic keeps playing at his current level and maintains his health, Shiras predicts he will win 26–27 Grand Slam titles. “He’s 35 now and he’s still the epitome of physical perfection.
Even when he’s down a set to one of these up-and-coming opponents, you get the impression that it doesn’t phase him. He merely shifts into a higher gear cognitively, physically, and emotionally “Moreover, he said.