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Politician: “Novak Djokovic overcame war and…”
The future of Novak Djokovic is once more unknown. The former world number one does not sure if he will be able to travel to the US for the US Open after winning his seventh Wimbledon championship. The Serbian sensation paid a high price for his decision to forego the coronavirus vaccination because he was unable to successfully defend his championship at the Australian Open at the beginning of the year.
The 35-year-old Belgrade native was forced to skip the Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami in the spring for the same reason. Because to his victory at the Championships, Nole was able to forego his 21st Major, narrowing the distance between him and Rafael Nadal in the all-time rankings.
In the championship match, Nick Kyrgios was beaten by Goran Ivanisevic’s protégé, who then made a fourth consecutive appearance in the London Meadows. The “Djoker” might decide to head straight back to the Laver Cup if he is denied entry to the US.
Novak has already said he won’t participate in little tournaments to earn points. Representative for the state of Texas Louie Gohmert expressed his desire for Djokovic to take part in the season’s final Grand Slam in an interview with the “Daily Caller.”
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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. However, it now seems he might not be able to defeat the Biden Administration’s iciness, heartlessness, malice, and scientific illiteracy in order to contend in the 2022 U.S.
Gohmert continued, “Open. Djokovic had already uploaded the video to Instagram and thanked all of his followers for their unwavering support in the comment. “I just wanted to take a moment and say to all of you how thankful I am to see so many messages of support and love from all over the world these days,” he stated in his letter.
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.
As I wait to see if there is space for me to travel to the US, I am preparing as if I will be able to participate. He said, “Fingers crossed!,” when asked if he would attend the US Open.