“Australia’s duty to vaccinate? Then there wouldn’t be…”. The revelation about Djokovic
“He would like to play with all his heart because he is an athlete but with this extortion and these circumstances, he probably won’t. I won’t, but it’s my son who decides for himself.” These are the words Srdjan DjokovicNovak’s father to the Serbian network TV first, which then defines: “In terms of vaccines, it is the right of each of us to be vaccinated or not.”
It’s not official yet but we may be almost done. According to the words of Djokovic Sr., it is unlikely that the current number one in the world will be able to participate in the first Grand Slam of 2022. On the other hand, the position of the organizersAustralian Open: No fax tennis player will be accepted into the tournament. inside or outside, The third party.
Knoll is also well aware that since the beginning of the pandemic she has certainly not outgrown her blunt attitudes and sense of responsibility. From tips to combat the virus “hot water with lemon, garlic and vitamin C take regularly”, to organizing the Adria Tour in Croatia, an exhibition tournament without Measures to combat covid Who himself ended up with the idea of withdrawing if the vaccine becomes mandatory.
The controversy has been going on for months. Craig TillyTournament Director, recently announced that non-vaccinated tennis players would not be able to participate in the competition (January 17-30 in Melbourne), noting that“85% of professional players are vaccinated and the percentage is expected to rise to 90-95% on the occasion of the event.”
In this regard, the Prime Minister of Victoria, Daniel AndrewsHe said he would not give the green light to unvaccinated athletes to enter the country. These words caused a lot of reactions in the circle. from Australian Nick Kyrgios, who shot the organization first (and then changed his mind the next day) to the Austrian Dominic Tim Who, besieged by the Austrian government, decided to get vaccinated just to be able to play in Australia.
On the one hand, Djokovic, on the other hand, is making it known “This freedom of choice is necessary for everyone, whether it’s me or someone else. It doesn’t matter if it’s vaccines or something else in life. You should have freedom of choice, to decide what you want to do. In this particular case, what you want to put in Your body, you have always been supportive of this and always supportive freedom of choiceand I will always support it because freedom is necessary, as I say, to a happy and prosperous life.”
The Serbian champion has won the Australian Open nine times and racked up 20 Grand Slam victories, such as Roger Federer NS Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard had announced his intention to play in the tournament, while the Swiss would miss the event to recover from an operation on his right knee. On the other hand, Djokovic, by not participating in what has always been his championship, could miss out on a great opportunity to achieve the historic transcendence.
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