Novak Djokovic added to Cincinnati Open entry list despite uncertainty about his move to the US » FirstSportz

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovicthe 35-year-old Serb recently won his 21st Grand Slam title after a defeat Nick Kyrgios in the final of 2022 Wimbledonhe has been criticized by the media and pundits alike for his Covid-19 vaccination status which has resulted in him missing many tournaments.

The latest development is that Djokovic has been named among many on the entry list Cincinnati openDespite the rules clearly stating that no unvaccinated players are allowed to enter the US, Djokovic was previously expelled from Australia for his vaccination status and the same appears to be the case for the US Open.

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Novak Djokovic had refused to withdraw his name from Indian Wells and Miami Masters as well

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

There are many big names on the entry list for the Cincinnati Open, Daniel Medvedev, Rafael Nadal, Jannik sinner Carlo Alcaraz are some of the names on the men’s list with Elena Rybakina, Ons Jabeur and Serena Williams are some of the names on the list of women. The tournament will take place from August 13th to 21st. A similar thing happened when Djokovic was named on the entry list for the Miami Open and the BNP Paribas Open as the Serb withdrew from the tournament knowing he would not be allowed to travel.

Discuss his vaccination status after the win WimbledonDjokovic said: “I am not vaccinated and do not intend to be vaccinated, so the only good news I can have is that they require the mandatory green vaccination card or whatever you call it to enter the United States, or an exemption , which I’m hoping to wait for, removes some good news from the US, because that’s where I’d love to go. If that doesn’t happen then I’ll have to see what the schedule looks like.

Barring an exemption, Djokovic will also miss the Cincinnati Open and the US Open, the Serb also refuses to change his stance on vaccination despite the absence of many majors and the US Open could be next, starting August 29 and set to be the final Grand Slam of the season.

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