Banning Novak Djokovic, according to Chris Manno, will only cause damage to the United States government.

“In refusing to invite a champion like Novak Djokovic to compete in the US Open, the US government and the tournament would be hurting themselves. I can’t believe no one has told them!” The former NFL player Chris Manno tweeted his thoughts on the matter.

Several politicians in the United States have recently urged Vice President Biden to alter the country’s immigration policies. While Novak Djokovic is technically on the US Open’s entry list, it seems highly unlikely that he will actually be able to make it to the United States for the tournament.

A former world number one tennis player, who stated during Wimbledon that he has no plans to get vaccinated against Coronavirus, has not done so.

It’s been said that the United States government is hurting itself by banning Novak Djokovic.

After a relatively quiet season, the Serbian phenomenon won the Championships for the seventh time, tying Pete Sampras’s record.

The 35-year-old from Belgrade now has 21 Majors after sealing his victory for the fourth straight year at Church Road. He is closing in on Rafael Nadal for the all-time record. Until the London tournament, 2022 had not been particularly satisfying for Nole, in part because of his refusal to get the double dose.

Since then, Djokovic‘s reputation has taken a serious hit, and he has missed major tournaments like the Australian Open and the US Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami.

Furthermore, John McEnroe shared his thoughts on the matter: “Even though I disagree with your decision to avoid vaccination, I recognize that you make that decision for personal reasons.

The man is in perfect health because he scrutinizes every substance he puts into his body. It’s too bad the media has painted such a negative picture of it. Everything that happened in Australia was a disaster, and I pray it never happens again.

Nole endured a lot of pain because of how poorly the situation was handled. I’m relieved that he was able to recover and show off his remarkable resilience once more. New York is in need of a champion like him, so please find a way to bring him here.”