Because in France, the Corona rules are clearly relaxed on 14 March, the Serbe might not go against the Coronavirus in the second Grand Slam tournament of the season. The French Open in Stade Roland Garros start on May 22.
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Images of the vaccination pass eliminated
The French Prime Minister Jean Castex had declared on Thursday that from 14 March, the current obligation to present the “Pass Vaccinal” (vaccine passport) will be suspended. Djokovic could benefit from this.
Djokovic had not been able to attend the Australian Open in Melbourne because he had been referenced one day before the tournament because of the lack of vaccination in the country. The 34-year-old was flown in the assumption to Australia that he should be in the country with a medical exemption permit. A federal court had decided differently.
The case Djokovic in Down Under
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The Unvaccinated Novak Djokovic traveled to Melbourne due to a medical special permit.
The Serbian world ranking learning wanted to get his tithing success in the Australian Open and defend the title.
On January 16, the Federal Court was in Australia after days of hanging, that Djokovic had to leave the country.
“Would have been able to start anti-vaccination mood”: Authority publishes justification in the case Djokovic
Djokovic has left Australia – Serbia’s president exercises sharp criticism
According to the Australian Open, the former number one had said in the Herrentennis in a “BBC” interview that he would probably continue to give up the participation of large tournaments if he had to vaccinate for it. “Yes, that would be the price I am willing to pay,” the Serb said then.
So far only a tournament – three matches in Dubai
In 2022, Djokovic was able to pride a tournament due to its vaccination status. At the end of February he played in Dubai, but in the quarter-finals against the Czech qualifiers Jiri Vesely in two sets out. Only on Wednesday was known that Djokovic has separated from his long-standing coach Marian Vajda.