‘Novak Djokovic made a decision that…’ says top coach

Barring an unlikely last-minute change, Novak Djokovic will be forced to miss the US Open 2022. The Serbian champion is not vaccinated against Coronavirus and does not intend to undergo the double dose, as he has -even rehearsed at Wimbledon.

For the same reason, the former ATP number 1 had to give up the Australian Open and the American Masters 1000 in the spring (Indian Wells and Miami). After the disappointment suffered at Roland-Garros, the 35-year-old Belgrader redeemed himself at the Championships by lifting the trophy for the seventh time in his career.

Thanks to his fourth consecutive seal in London, Nole closed the gap that separates him from Rafael Nadal in the all-time Grand Slam rankings. However, the Spaniard will have the chance to extend the US Open again, a tournament he hasn’t played since 2019.

The ‘Djoker’ schedule is shrouded in mystery as the Serbian doesn’t intend to play smaller tournaments to collect points. In an interview reported by Tennis365, Goran Ivanisevic defended Novak’s choice not to get vaccinated.

Ivanisevic talks about Djokovic

Barring a huge turnaround, Novak Djokovic should miss the US Open, the United States not allowing unvaccinated people to enter their territory. Inevitably disappointed, Goran Ivanisevic nevertheless respects his player’s position and defends him firmly in the face of criticism.

“I respect and appreciate him, he made a decision that he won’t change. When they proclaim him as a leader, as someone who has a bad influence on people, it’s wrong. He doesn’t want not get vaccinated, he doesn’t want to put any in his body and he has never told others not to get vaccinated.

I respect and support his decision,” the Croatian coach said in remarks reported by Tennis365. Novak Djokovic has been the talking point in tennis lately. Earlier this month, he scripted a magnificent display to win his 21st Grand Slam title.

Manno took to Twitter to react to news of Djokovic’s possible US Open ban. He said: “These closed-minded @usopen dummies don’t realize they’re delegitimizing their own tournament, leaving the ‘winner’ to look like a spot champion when they ban one of @DjokerNole’s top contenders to compete.

Let them eat themselves”. With Wimbledon offering no ranking points this season, Djokovic has already dropped 2000 ranking points despite defending his title in London. As a result, he fell four places to seventh in the ATP rankings.

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