Rupert Lowe, a former member of the European Parliament, has pleaded with US Vice President Joe Biden to permit Novak Djokovic to participate in the US Open. Djokovic, 35, has not received a COVID-19 vaccination. Foreigners who are not immunized are prohibited from entering the United States under existing vaccination rules.
The most recent politician to publicly back Djokovic is Rupert, who represented the Brexit Party as a member of the European Parliament for the West Midlands area from 2019 to 2020. “Let Djokovic play, Biden.
His own experience must demonstrate that the vaccines essentially have no effect on stopping people from contracting or spreading the infection. For Djokovic and everyone else who choose not to take the shot, abandon the absurd regulations “Lowe tweeted something.
Let Djokovic play, Biden.
His own experience must demonstrate that the vaccines essentially have no effect on stopping people from contracting or spreading the infection.
For Djokovic and everyone else who choose not to take the shot, drop the absurd rules. August 2, 2022 — Rupert Lowe (@RupertLowe10)
Djokovic is getting ready as though he will be able to compete in the US Open.
After winning Wimbledon, Djokovic went back home. Djokovic returned to the practice court after having a break.
Djokovic extended his gratitude to everyone who have been supporting him over the weekend. Djokovic added that he continues to hold out hope for a chance to play in the US Open. Djokovic posted on Instagram, “I just wanted to take a moment and say to all of you how glad I am to see so many messages of support and love from all over the world these days.
“Because I didn’t anticipate it, it feels really mind-blowing. I only wanted to express gratitude. People’s love and support for my tennis career and their desire for me to keep competing make me feel special.
While I wait to hear if I can travel to the US, I am preparing as if I will be able to compete. Cross your fingers!” It would be difficult for Djokovic to accept disqualification from the US Open after already missing out on one Grand Slam this year.