John Mcenroe On Novak Djokovic-Us Open Issue: &Quot;Bullsh*T!&Quot;

John McEnroe on Novak Djokovic-US Open Issue: «Nonsense!»


There is much curiosity to understand if the twenty-one times winner of Grand Slam tournaments Novak Djokovic will be able to participate in the US Open, the last Slam tournament of this 2022. The current vice-champion sees his presence at great risk due to the decision not to get vaccinated for Covid-19, a situation that forced him to skip the Australian Open, a tournament that he saw him as the protagonist of a long diatribe.

Here the situation is different and the Serb is unlikely to be at the event, but many are waiting for this possibility. Nole is considered the strongest tennis player on the hard court and the great favorite for victory in the tournament, but his presence seems somewhat complicated.

Several people, from the world of tennis and not, have lined up in recent weeks to favor the Balkan champion.

John McEnroe on Novak Djokovic-US Open Issue: «Nonsense!»

John McEnroe gave his side of the story: «I think it sucks.

I really think they should be allowed to play the tournament. My personal opinion, I speak as a person who has been vaccinated and with a booster dose, is that each one should have free choice about this decision. He has won a lot more Grand Slams than me and this decision of his should be respected, maybe this extra edge of his in things like this could be one of the things that makes him so great.

Everyone has their own opinion and he has always been faithful to the opinions he has of him, he has every right to keep them. He is one of the greatest tennis players in history, he takes precautions for his body and it is frustrating to see that a person like him cannot enter our country.

It’s a shame, but unfortunately these are the government’s rules. They don’t agree with me at all, but they must be respected.» In the next few days the official position of the United States Government on Novak Djokovic will arrive.

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