Leading coach: “When they proclaim Novak Djokovic as a leader…”

time being barred from a Grand Slam event: “Just, like, come on. That exact same reason got him expelled from Australia the first time.” Later, McEnroe made a USTA reference: “At this point in the epidemic, there is zero justification for keeping Djokovic out of the 2022 US Open.

The United States Tennis Association and the United States Government must coordinate so he can play. Vaccinated American athletes should compete if doing so is safe. Djokovic must be allowed to compete. He is widely regarded as a sporting great. Do your part, USTA.” In the annals of tennis, John McEnroe occupies a place alongside the greatest talents and most divisive figures.

Dramatic and convoluted personality; brilliant and original gameplay mechanic. His legacy will live on in the hearts of sports fans forever. The film McEnroe v. Borg, which recently released in theaters, is a celebration of his athletic career and a look back at one of the greatest sporting rivalries of all time.

Nole Djokovic, as seen through the eyes of Goran Ivanisevic

Since the United States does not permit non-vaccinated people to enter their territory, Novak Djokovic should miss the US Open unless something incredibly unexpected happens. Although Goran Ivanisevic is understandably dismayed, he stands by his player despite criticism and shows respect for his position.

I value and admire him, but he made a choice he cannot reverse. It’s not true that he’s a leader or even a bad influence on people, as they claim. He has never advocated against vaccination, but he also has no interest in receiving one. The Croatian coach said, “I respect and support his decision,” as reported by Tennis365.