Novak Djokovic would miss Wimbledon and the US Open if he does not get vaccinated against COVID
The anti-COVID stance could be very expensive for the Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic. after being deported and eliminated from the Australian Open, the number one in the world could stay without playing Wimbledon and the US Open, the other greats of the 2022 tournament and among the so-called "Grand Slams".
As in Australia, 'Nole' will be achieved with that in the United States (US Open) and in the United Kingdom (Wimbledon) it is mandatory to have the complete vaccination schedule against the coronavirus to be able to enter.
In the USA there are also three of the nine Master 1,000 that are displayed on the calendar this year: Indian Wells, Miami and Cincinnati.
The only option the 24-year-old tennis player has, if he wants to stay at the top of the game, the drug will be applied, something that is still unknown while he goes through the bad experience that meant being expelled as an unwanted person from Australia after a long novel.
Djokovic will have no problems in playing Roland Garros in France. The competition is between the four 'majors'. The French Minister of Sports, Roxana Maracineanu, highlighted to the French media that the Serb can participate in the tournament:
"The protocol and the health bubble of these major sporting events will allow it."
Could Novak Djokovic see his tennis dominance jeopardized? It seems that the decision is up to him. The antidotes against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus have advanced enough and face the new variants, lowering their intensity and lethality to people's health.
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