Tennis: Novak Djokovic rejects vaccination
TennisStar Novak Djokovic rejects a vaccine against the coronavirus – and arranges this attitude also the gain further tennis officials.
“Yes, that’s the price I am ready to pay,” the world-ranking and 20-color grand slam champion responded in the interview with the bbc to the question of whether he is also on participating in tournaments like Wimbledon because of his conviction or waiver the French Open.
For the first time since its noise expulsion from Australia last month shortly before the start of Australian Open, Djokovic reported in detail in detail.
While the Unvaccinated Serb could not defend his title in Melbourne, Rafael Nadal crowned himself with his 21st Grand Slam title for the sole major recording champion in front of Djokovic and the Swiss Roger Federer (both 20 titles).
His actions before the Australian Open does not regret Djokovic. “Because the principles of decision-making for my body are more important than any title or anything else,” he said, “I try to be as good as possible with my body.”
Djokovic hopes for the change in the vaccine regulations
Nevertheless, he did not complete a vaccine against the coronavirus in the future. He holds open the opportunity, “because we all try to find the best possible solution for the end of Covid”.
The 34-year-old hopes, however, that the vaccine regulations would change at certain tournaments and he can “play many years”.
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In all likelihood, the remaining three Grand Slam tournaments of the year in Paris, Wimbledon and New York will also be a corona vaccine requirement for participation. His comeback after the quarrels in Australia wants to give Djokovic in the next week at the ATP tournament in Dubai.