Once again, Novak Djokovic is unvaccinated and he announced he will miss a Grand Slam.
It doesn’t come as a shock, but it is a big hit as Djokovic will miss his second Grand Slam due to his vaccination prominence.
The Serbian, who owns 21 leading titles, proclaimed on social media on Thursday.
Taking to Twitter, the 35-year-old Djokovic jotted down, “Sadly, I will not be able to tour to NY this time for US Open. Thank you #NoleFam for your words of affection and backing.
Djokovic went on to aspire to his fellow player’s luck while enhancing that he looks forward to playing against again.
“Good luck to my fellow performers! I’ll keep in good shape and have an optimistic spirit and linger for an opportunity to strive again.
See you soon tennis realm,” jotted down the Serbian tennis player.
With 21 Grand Slam titles in the bag, Djokovic lies second behind Rafael Nadal, who carries the men’s record with 22 Grand Slam crowns.
He has succeeded the tournament in 2011, 2015 and 2018, will miss a big chance to add another chunk of silverware to his trophy-laden cabinet.
First calendar year
Indifferent from three US Open succeeding campaigns, Djokovic has also completed runner-up a half-dozen times, encompassing last season, when he was continuing the first calendar-year Grand Slam in men’s tennis since 1969.
Unlike the U.S., Australia has cancelled its vaccine mandate influencing foreign travellers, which means Djokovic might be eligible to play in the Australian Open in January if he figures out his visa problems with that country.
“If he doesn’t, probably, he won’t play another important until the French Open in 2023,” Forbes revealed.
Novak Djokovic is vocal against vaccination
Djokovic has been vocal about his anti-vaccination attitude and announced that even if he misses out on major tests, he will not get immunized for covid-19.
Djokovic’s isolation didn’t come as a shock as the US Tennis Association has always conserved that it will pursue the laws of the government for this year’s Open when it comes to vaccination significance.
As there is no vaccination rule for the test, the vaccination regulations will not implicate local players.
vaccination is mandatory for outside players.
Not only the Australian Open and the US Open, Djokovic’s unvaccinated dignity saw him miss crucial tournaments in North America this year, involving Montreal and Cincinnati.
Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon
In the other two majors this year, Djokovic missed Nadal in the quarterfinals of the French Open, while he gained Wimbledon.
But still carrying onto expectations, Djokovic has posted on social media that he was readying himself for the US Open and was striving for an opportunity to play.
All in all, with his unvaccinated prominence Djokovic, lose out on not one but two Grand Slams this year
He barely earned Wimbledon without the rewarding points.
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