Expert: “Novak Djokovic ought to participate at the US Open, but…”

University Hospital, was Patrick McEnroe‘s guest on the most recent episode of his podcast and discussed the Djokovic situation.

On Nole Djokovic, Reiner

Jonathan Reiner, a cardiologist at the George Washington University Hospital and a guest on Patrick McEnroe‘s podcast, didn’t hesitate to criticize Novak Djokovic for his positions regarding, in particular, vaccination against Covid, even though he is still fine with the idea that he should be able to play in the US Open.

“Even if I believe he ought to compete in the US Open, I believe he made a grave error of judgment during the worst period of the pandemic, when he ought to have served as an example and instead did not. He acted quite selfishly this winter, and everything he did was done out of pure self-interest.

Athletes strive to represent the best aspects of us when I look at them as role models for the general audience. I hope that the players I watch play baseball or support at the US Open will teach me what I need to do to advance in my life.

a bravery, discipline, or sacrifice display. The 21-time Grand Slam champion experienced some solace as he regained his winning spirit. He won the Wimbledon Championships and the Rome Masters. However, the former World Number 1 has experienced yet another setback following his excellent run in the grass-court Grand Slam competition.

Due to his lack of vaccinations, he might have to miss the US Open. John Millman, a tennis pro from Australia, recently commented on Djokovic‘s participation in the US Open.