Tennis: Djokovic doesn’t regret missing US Open

Novak Djokovic revealed today that he has ‘no regrets’ after losing the US Open. The Serbian was banned from playing in the competition after refused to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. He also lost australian open in January of this year for the same reason.

“No, I don’t regret it. I mean, I feel sad that I can’t play, but it was a decision I made and I knew what the consequences would be,” he said.

Djokovic was full of praise for Carlos Alcaraz who won his first Grand Slam after being crowned US Open champion this month. “I congratulate Alcaraz on winning the US Open. He did it amazingly, in three or four five-set matches in the tournament and he’s 19 and he’s already number one in the world. It’s amazing what he’s accomplished. he is a great addition to our sport, a great star in the making.”

Djokovic is now waiting to find out if he will be allowed to play the Australian Open in January, which is the next major tournament on the tennis calendar. “I’m waiting for the news. So it’s really not in my hands right now. So I hope to have positive news soon,” she explained.

O 21-time Grand Slam winner is one of the biggest sports stars in the world who continues to refuse to receive the vaccinebut as the restrictions become less and less severe, it seems more than likely that he will be able to participate in the upcoming tournaments.

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