Anti-Covid rules change in the US, Novak Djokovic at the window

It’s a risk he personally decided to take when he clearly chose not to vaccinate against Covid-19. The topic, discussion and controversies are now old things but the consequences are still there and could continue to derail the programming of all tennis players without the two doses being given.

Novak Djokovic He has suffered a turbulent 2022 because of precisely this topic, given that after a period of uncertainty and many unknowns he was not allowed to participate in the Australian Open. From this very long break, the Serb managed to recover only in Belgrade in his home championship, and also overcame an illness that he was expelled from the Monte Carlo Master 1000 after the first race.

However, the 35-year-old’s first in-ring victory, arriving in May at the Internazionali Bnl d’Italia, did not give continuity to Roland Garros (he was eliminated in the quarter-finals by Spanish champion Rafael Nadal, who removed him in the Grand Slam title standings at a height of 22).

The problems related to the Covid issue were only put aside for a moment. In fact. Citizen of Belgrade on the window to understand the next moves of a particular country, USA.

Indicate where the most concrete competitions are concentrated, from the Masters 1000 to the latest Grand Slam.

News from the United States

As of June 12, the new legislation went into effect, and was mitigated by limiting the effects of the virus on the territory.

Currently, in order to spread freely in the US, it will no longer be necessary to show a tampon testifying negativity for Covid. A significant change, but for foreigners the rule remains that only people who have completed a course of vaccination are allowed access.

So at the moment Noll can’t compete in the prestigious events in Toronto, Cincinnati and even the US Open. Inflicting massive damage on the third in the ATP Ranking who, at this rate, would have to wait a long time to try to attack the top of the standings, and count 2,000 points in a safe exit from Wimbledon.

Djokovic’s danger also lies in not having the points needed to reach the finals in Turin. The Serbian champion will remain in the window, hoping that the government will review the rule (although at the moment it is not among the priorities and short-term goals).

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