Novak Djokovic could be forced to skip the US Open after capturing his 21st Slam at Wimbledon due to the nation’s admission requirements. The Serbian was unable to travel to New York to compete in the US Open due to the existing restrictions set by the US government, which demand that visitors provide a complete vaccination course at the border.
Djokovic used his Instagram account to express his gratitude to his fans for their recent support. The Serbian athlete keeps up his consistent training in the hopes that things would improve before the competition begins. I just wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude to everyone for the outpouring of love and support I have been receiving recently from all over the world.
It’s unique that people have such a warm and positive connection with my tennis career and want me to keep playing. While I wait to see if I will be permitted to travel to the United States, I am preparing as if I am allowed to compete.
Djokovic has received encouragement from a number of American celebrities. The last to voice her displeasure with the scenario created was US Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, a representative for the State of New York in the House from 2017 to 2019.
“I requested permission for you to participate in the US Open in a letter to the Secretary of State. Additionally, I’m attempting to win Congress’s increased support. Don’t worry, I won’t quit. Allow Novak to play! On Twitter, Claudia Tenney posted a direct message to Djokovic.
John McEnroe supported Djokovic as well. The Serb should play at the 2019 US Open, according to the former US Open champion.
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Novak Djokovic, who was just declared the winner of Wimbledon, has gained further backing for his participation in the US Open, this time from Louie Gohmert, a politician from the state of Texas.
The lawmaker voiced his desire for Novak Djokovic to participate in the year’s final Grand Slam in an interview with the Daily Caller. Gohmert remarked that “Novak Djokovic overcame war and starvation threats to become one of the world’s best tennis players, if not the best player.”
The Biden administration was criticized for having a “cold, callous, nasty, scientifically clueless attitude,” he continued.
To compete in the 2022 U.S. Open, Gohmert continued, “Yet, it now seems he may not be able to overcome the Biden Administration’s cold, callous, spiteful, scientifically clueless worldview.”