Novak Djokovic and his uncertain future at the Grand Slam: US Open and important matches he may miss for not getting vaccinated | Australian Open | NCZD DTCC | Game-total

Novak Djokovic and his uncertain future at the Grand Slam: US Open and important matches he may miss for not getting vaccinated |  Australian Open |  NCZD DTCC |  Game-total

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Walk along the edge. He has a very complex future. Today, his career is in jeopardy. ‘Knoll’ has already missed his first Grand Slam match of the season, which is sure to be the only match he has not been to. Can’t do much. The decision not to vaccinate has curbed his successful adventure.

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He is still number one in the world, but could be stopped by him after the Australian Open 2022. His close followers Daniel Medvedev (2nd) and Alexander Sverev (3rd) could drop him in the ATP rankings.. But that’s not the only concern of the Serbian tennis player.

Djokovic’s goal is to win as many titles as possible. Rafael Nadal and Roger Border became the most successful players in tennis history, especially from the Grand Slam tournament. However, not getting vaccinated can have its effects.

In Melbourne, on the way to rule as the biggest winner at the Australian Open, ‘Knoll’ has already missed opportunities to defend his ninth crown.. What’s worse is the words that I can spell I often mistype.

Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic walks into Melbourne airport before boarding a plane after a federal court upheld the government's decision to cancel his visa to play in the Australian Open on January 16, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia.  REUTERS / Loren Elliott TPX Pictures OF DAY
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic walks into Melbourne airport before boarding a plane after a federal court upheld the government’s decision to cancel his visa to play in the Australian Open on January 16, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. REUTERS / Loren Elliott TPX Pictures OF DAY

Withdrawing your visa to Australia can result in a three-year ban on entering the country. In other words, the next two editions of this ‘Grand Slam’ tournament will likely feature the absence of a Serbian tennis player., Which is a very hard blow to their aspirations.

From 34 years to the top, his favorite stage, present and future at Arena Rod Laver Djokovic Has become something unknown. He has already lost the court battle in Australia, which will inevitably have year-round consequences in other matches. It depends on the flexibility of each country so that ‘Knol’ can compete in other rounds. No matter how it is, it will be hard.

– Negative impact –

Hours of bad news abound for Novak Djokovic. The Australian Open will not be the only ‘major’ Serbian will miss in 2022. In fact, he can only play one ‘Grand Slam’ throughout the season: Roland Kross.

If the world number one is determined not to be vaccinated, the only big competition that will open the doors for him this year is, with more permission, the French.

A week ago, French Sports Minister Roxana Maracino pointed out that Djokovic would have no problem at Roland Karos without the vaccine, although the tournament’s protocol is still unclear.

“(Djokovic) will be able to compete because the protocol and health bubble of these major sporting events will allow it.”, The words of the Minister when consulted.

Roland Kerose to Novak Djokovic |  Photo: A.P.
Roland Kerose to Novak Djokovic | Photo: A.P.

The last two editions of the French ‘Grand Slam’ were held with a health bubble, with many restrictions for athletes. Now they are looking to do the same project again this year, which will benefit Novak.

In Wimbledon, The presence of six-time champion Djokovic in London is just a matter of uncertainty. With less than six months to go, it’s too early to tell about the unique restrictions that players face in order to participate. However, there is a hope for the ‘Knoll’ film.

Currently, It does not refer to a compulsory vaccine to enter the UK. Of course, unvaccinated foreigners can enter the country, but they must comply with the 10-day isolation. In addition, you must take a negative Govt-19 test two days before your trip, after which you must perform two new tests on the second and eighth day of isolation from your arrival.

Novak Djokovic is a six-time Wimbledon champion  Photo: A.P.
Novak Djokovic is a six-time Wimbledon champion Photo: A.P.

In the absence of his ten days in one of the British Red List countries, he has the option of reducing this isolation period to five days if Djokovic conducts a new experiment on his own.

The case of current Wimbledon champion Serbian has already been discussed with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but no specific response has been forthcoming. “Everything I say about Novak Djokovic, I believe in the vaccine, I think it’s a wonderful thing.”, He pointed out.

At US Open, No chances for now. Djokovic – a three-time ‘Major’ champion – must cross the US border and submit evidence of a complete vaccination.

Exceptions such as “documented clinical contraindications to obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine” or “participation in certain COVID-19 clinical trials” are very rare. Djokovic was almost able to play in the Australian Open, relying on medical exceptions, but in the United States it did not help him..

Novak Djokovic will not play in the US Open unless he is vaccinated  Photo: REUTERS
Novak Djokovic will not play in the US Open unless he is vaccinated Photo: REUTERS

For this reason ‘Nol’ will lose 1,000 of the nine masters of the season. In the United States, it is organized Indian Wells, Miami y Cincinnati, So Djokovic is unlikely to play in these matches without a suitable vaccine.

As with other tournaments, the requirements of each country that allows the entry of non-vaccinated persons may act against Djokovic. If the Serbian player does not surrender, he is guaranteed to lose one Grand Slam and three Masters 1,000. Meanwhile, in other cases his presence is completely false Davis Cup Finals, His country was called up after losing in the semi-finals to Croatia in 2021.

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