The Serbian player won Wimbledon this Sunday (10) and won 21 Grand Slam titles in his career.
After winning Wimbledon for the seventh time on Sunday (10), Novak Djokovic is still not sure whether he will be able to compete at the US Open in August., To enter the United States, the government requires a passport to be vaccinated against COVID-19, which directly affects Serbs, as they have no intention of being vaccinated.
“I’m on vacation and I don’t know if I’m going to play a tournament any time soon. I’m going to rest for the next two weeks because it was a very tough tournament. [Wimbledon] And quite tiring. I would expect good news from America because I would love to go there, I would like to play a few tournaments before the US Open.Djokovic pointed to the Masters 1000, which served as preparation for the North American Grand Slam.
This time, the Serbian clarified his position on vaccination against COVID-19. “I have not been vaccinated and I do not intend to be vaccinated. So the only good news I can have is that they end this health protocolOnly vaccinated people can enter the country, or that a discount arises, I don’t know if that will be possible”, says Knowle, who did not compete at the Australian Open and the Indian Wells and Miami Masters 1000 because he was barred from entering both Australia and the United States.
However, Djokovic cannot believe that he will play the US Open this year. “I doubt I’ll play tournaments outside Europe. Winning a Grand Slam qualifies you for the ATP finals unless you’re out of the top 20, and I believe I have points for that.” . I don’t feel any pressure or need to follow one.” I am the one who has the most number of weeks as No 1 in the world and it is very difficult to surpass. Goran (Ivanisevic) and I will have to talk and plan the schedule”, commented the trio-time North American Grand Slam champion. Noelle’s absence affects the race for a record Grand Slam title, as Nadal is 22. , which is one more than the Serbian player.