U.S. “Revocation of vaccination certificate from May 12”… Djokovic to compete at US Open

May 2, 2023 0 Comments

Novak Djokovic (35), world number one in men’s professional tennis, will be able to compete in the US Open this year.
This is because the US government has officially confirmed the withdrawal of the mandatory Corona 19 vaccination policy for foreign travelers.

The 22-time Grand Slam winner, Djokovic, was unable to participate in last year’s tournament because he was not vaccinated. He also missed the ATP Tour Masters 1000 series held in Indian Wells and Miami for the past two years.

However, if the US quarantine policy changes from May 12, Serbian national Djokovic can return to Flushing Meadows in August. 메이저놀이터

In a statement on the 2nd, the White House announced that “the demand for COVID-19 vaccines for federal officials, federal government contractors, and travelers arriving on international flights will end on May 11, when the COVID-19 public emergency ends.”

Djokovic won the Australian Open this year. He was expelled the day before the opening of last year’s tournament for not being vaccinated.

After missing the current Madrid Open due to an elbow injury, Djokovic will challenge for his 23rd Grand Slam title at the French Open starting later this month.

If he wins, he will surpass Rafael Nadal (Spain) to become the all-time major ATP winner.

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