Novak Djokovic May Enter America! The Serbian tennis player had a tough year due to not being vaccinated. The first storm came in Australia, when the former world number one appeared in Melbourne with a medical exemption: a pass accepted by the competition, but not by the country.
Indeed, the Melbourne court’s ruling sent Djokovic back to the border, and then to Serbia. Therefore, the subsequent programs have been modified based on the decisions of the states regarding the Anti-Covid Act.
A few lights in the eastern part of the world, no problem in the west: there is Roland Garros and Wimbledon, Rome and Madrid. However, a new problem arises as the North American season approaches.
Current law in the United States mandates that a full cycle of vaccination is mandatory for entry into the United States. So Djokovic’s presence in Cincinnati seemed ruled out, but especially at Flushing Meadows, where last year’s dream of a Grand Slam on the calendar was shattered.
However, things have changed and there seems to be a glimmer of light for the Serbian champion.
According to a press release from the Centers for Disease Control, the same action guidelines apply to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people in the United States.
This is, in fact, the new law that there will be no difference between the two subjects as the covid virus spreads uniformly. With this new order, Novak Djokovic may be eligible to enter the United States.
A return to the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati may be overdue, but the Serb has all the conditions to find the three-time Grand Slam. A Grand Slam that would allow him to equal Rafael Nadal in the number of titles, which would allow him to move up the rankings and banish the bad memories accumulated last year.
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