Novak Djokovic COVID-19 vaccine news: Tennis start would rather skip Grand Slams than get the vaccine
Novak Djokovic COVID-19 vaccine news: Tennis start would rather skip Grand Slams than get the vaccine

Novak Djokovic COVID-19 vaccine news: Tennis start would rather skip Grand Slams than get the vaccine

Tennis player Novak Djokovic is a significant favorite to win two of the remaining three Grand Slams on the professional tennis calendar for 2022, but he appears set to short-circuit his chances of setting the career record for men’s Grand Slam titles.

Djokovic told the BBC that he would rather miss future tennis titles than be forced to get the COVID-19 vaccine. He claims that he is not part of the anti-wax movement and does this in support of a person’s right to choose what they want to put in their body. It does not seem that he commented on how his decision affects those who are concerned about how his decision affects their body.

In January, Djokovic was deported from Australia shortly before the start of the Australian Open due to a combination of COVID-19 and visa problems. He has chosen not to be vaccinated, and although the actions of the Australian Government were questionable, none of this would have happened if Djokovic had taken a vaccine which has been shown to be safe and which has been shown to reduce the number of admissions. drastically due to COVID-19.

The next Grand Slam is the French Open, where Djokovic is +225 to win DraftKings Sportsbook. Rafael Nadal is the favorite at Roland Garros with +100 odds. However, Djokovic is the favorite for the remaining two Grand Slams after the French Open. He is +110 to win Wimbledon, with Daniil Medvedev at +600. He is +125 to win the US Openwith Medevedev number two at +275.

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