Novak Djokovic cleared for Roland Garros title defense after France eased rules

Novak Djokovic cleared for Roland Garros title defense after France eased rules

Banned from Australian Open and deported from Oceania country for not being vaccinated, tennis player still to pull out of Indian Wells and Miami Masters

EFE/EPA/Caroline BlumbergDjokovic can defend Roland Garros title even without vaccination

Novak Djokovikcurrent champion of Roland Garros, are free to defend their title in this season’s edition, to be played from May 22 to June 5 in Paris. even without vaccination COVID-19the current ATP Ranking No. 2 will be able to compete in the tournament due to the relaxation of the hygiene rules set by the government of France, this Thursday morning, 3. According to the new decree of the French government, the presentation of a health passport will no longer be mandatory. In this way, Serbs should also participate Monte Carlo Masters, in April. barred from Australian Open and deported from the country of Oceania for not being immunized, the tennis player must still be out of it Indian Wells Masterswhich starts next week, and from miamiBoth are held in the United States – at the end of March, which requires proof of vaccination from visitors.

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