Novak Djokovic He remained in the spotlight throughout January after the controversy he made for trying to enter Australia without being vaccinated against Covid-19, was expelled from the country and could not Play The first Grand Slam of the year. After what happened he thought he couldn’t dispute Roland Garros, but a new standard I’ll let you find it way to do this.
About a week ago, French Sports Minister Roxana Marasinho corrected Parliament’s decision to take vaccination For all who attended mega sporting events, fans and athletes alike, Nol will not be present.
However, new legislation indicates that anyone has COVID-19 In a previous six-month period and recovered positively, you would be able to enter the country: In this scenario, Djokovic may be at Roland Garros.
“To access sports facilities in France from Monday, professional athletes will have to show the super green lane, so vaccination or treatment will be necessary more than 11 days after injury and less than six months after infection.” Gazzetta dello Sport details.
It must be remembered that during the hearings in Australia, Novak confirmed that he tested positive for Covid-19 on December 16, the Roland Garros It will take place between May 22nd and June 5th, so it will be within the given period.
What tournaments will Djokovic miss due to lack of vaccination?
Having been deported from Australia, it is clear that Without a vaccine, Djokovic will not be able to play the ATP Cup which is celebrated in that country.
In addition, to cross the US border it is necessary to obtain a certificate of vaccination, so the Serbian I won’t be in the US Open Nor in three of the nine master 1000 years.
Finally, it is very unlikely that he will be able to play Wimbledon in the UK.
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