Under these blackmail and circumstances, it is likely that he will not attend, said Sudan Djokovic on Sunday in the Serbian television station PRA TV.
The background: Only against Corona vaccinated tennis professionals may play at the first Grand Slam Tournament of the Year from 17 to 30 January in Australia. The defending champion left his vaccine status and start in Melbourne. The 34-year-old had declared several times in the past that his vaccine status was private property.
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Similarly, the older Djokovic expressed in the television conversation. Everyone has the right to decide on his own health. To be vaccinated or not, everyone's own decision, he said. He does not believe that the son will disclose his vaccination status. But he also did not know how his son decides. Even if he knew it, he would not talk about television. He has the right to decide how he wants, says Sudan Djokovic.
If the Serve competed in Melbourne, he could pass by his 21st Grand Slam title at the Swiss Roger Federer and the Spaniard Rafael Naval. However, Tournament Director Craig Tiles had commented directly to the finial Australian Open Champion at the end of the previous month. We would love to see Novak here, but he knows he has to be vaccinated to play, said Tiles.
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