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French tennis player Pierre-Huge-Herbert, the double who just won the ATP Finals with Mahut, will not take part in the Australian Open because he has no intention of getting vaccinated. The newspaper deals with one of its statements:
“It’s a personal decision that clearly includes the difficulties and complexities of my work.”
Djokovic’s knot remains. Vaccination is mandatory to play the first Grand Slam of the year. Djokovic, as reported by the Gazzetta,
No exceptions were requested to participate. In fact, the local government had set out a series of exceptions for the vaccine, to be introduced by December 10.
The team event to be held in Sydney is registered in the ATP Cup. A vaccine is not required there but Djokovic – without a vaccination – will be quarantined for 14 days.
Meanwhile, Tsitsipas gives up and is finally vaccinated:
I do not encourage vaccination, but I am not against it. I support anyone who wants to do that. I’m not a doctor, I’m an athlete and my outlook might not be the best when it comes to medicine. I will be vaccinated this year. I do it to live a normal life. This problem bothers everyone but we have to help each other.”
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