Novak Djokovic He just came back from an amazing year, bringing him one step closer to “Calendar Grand Slam”. The world number one won the top three in 2021, eliminating the gap that had separated him from Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the all-time standings.
The Serbian champion reached the final at the US Open in September, but failed to put the icing on the cake. If he wins in New York, Knoll will become the second man in the Open Era after Rod Laver to clinch all four Grand Slams in the same season.
The 34-year-old from Belgrade had to bow to Daniil Medvedev in a state of mercy. The young Russian lost his first major in his career, and also avenged the blow he suffered in Australia at the beginning of the year.
Djoker will have a great chance of raising himself to 21 Slams at the 2022 Australian Open, if he decides to travel to Australia next January. Players will need to be vaccinated in order to play in Melbourne and Novak has never hidden his skepticism about that.
During an interview with “Medio9 News”, Todd Woodbridge He gave his opinion on the matter.
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“People are starting to say that Tennis Australia is looking for any way to exempt Novak Djokovic from the vaccination requirement and ensure he is in Melbourne,” Woodbridge said.
“I hope this is baseless nonsense. I doubt that such a thing can happen, as the government dictates the rules. When you play a sport that involves many trips around the world, you must necessarily comply with the regulations in place in different countries.
The scenario is very clear for Australia. Players registered for the Australian Open must have completed a course of vaccination, otherwise they will not be able to compete in the tournament. There are no loopholes ”- he increased the dose.
Despite appearing on the entry list for the 2022 Australian Open, it is not certain that the Serb will actually fly to Melbourne.
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