Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic Will Not Take Corona Vaccine Ready To Stay Out Of Us Open
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Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia stands by his decision to stay away from the corona vaccine. Djokovic, who won the title for the seventh time by defeating Nick Kyrgios of Australia in the final match on Sunday (July 10), has said that he will not take the corona vaccine. The fourth Grand Slam of the year is to be played in America next month. According to the rules there, Djokovic will not be allowed to play without a vaccine. In such a situation, he can stay away from the US Open.
Djokovic hopes that US officials will change the entry rules in time to allow him to participate in the US Open. He is eyeing his fourth US Open title. In the final last year, he lost to Daniil Medvedev of Russia. Djokovic has not taken the corona vaccine. If he does not take the vaccine, he will not be allowed to play in the tournament as per the rules.
‘No plans to get vaccinated’
The 35-year-old star tennis player said, “I have not been vaccinated and I am not planning to get vaccinated. So the only good news I can have is that they remove the mandatory green vaccine card or you can do it.” Whatever you say. If it doesn’t, then there should be a waiver. I don’t think that exemption is really possible. Now let’s see if he ends the rules before I go to America.
were sent back from Australia
The Serbian player was ruled out of the Australian Open earlier this year for not taking the vaccine. Djokovic was deported from there after reaching Australia. He could not defend his title. Djokovic admitted that the incident had caused a bad start to his year and that it took him months to get out.
Djokovic wins 21st Grand Slam
Djokovic defeated Nick Kyrgios of Australia 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) in the men’s singles final of the Wimbledon Open. He won the 21st Grand Slam title of his career. Djokovic reached second place in terms of winning the most Grand Slams. Spain’s Rafael Nadal is at the first place in terms of winning the most Grand Slams. He has won 22 titles. At the same time, Roger Federer has now slipped to third place. He has 20 Grand Slams to his name.