Rafael Nadal holds the record for winning 21 Grand Slams by winning the Australian Open last month. Novak Djokovic also had the opportunity. But he did not get that opportunity because he did not get the corona vaccine. He also faced various setbacks in Australia. Even then, Djokovic is adamant about not getting his corona vaccine. He said that he has no objection to give up the title if he is obliged to get vaccinated.
The 20-time Grand Slam-winning Serbian star made the remarks in a recent interview with the BBC. There he said, “I am willing to accept whatever the cost is.” I have no problem with that. ‘
However, he said that he would encourage people not to be vaccinated against corona, which is not the case at all. In a tone of liberalism, he said, “It is entirely up to him whether to vaccinate or not. I respect their decision to take the corona vaccine. I have never been against corona vaccination. I took many necessary vaccinations as a child. ‘
Aji Mullu had to face a great shock because he did not get the corona vaccine. He was detained at the airport as soon as he set foot there, and from there to Quarantine. He then won the legal battle in the court. There is also a green signal to go to the field.
But then obstacles come in front of him again. The Aussie government revoked his visa. The reason given is that the government may face adverse reactions if he enters the field without taking corona vaccine. It can also create anti-vaccination sentiment in the public mind. That’s why he was sent out of Australia.
He can read that problem again. With the two Grand Slams Wimbledon and the French Open to be held next year in Britain and France, it is rumored that vaccination may become mandatory. In that case, Djokovic said that even if he could not play those tournaments, there is no problem.
However, he hopes that the tournament organizers and the countries will show more leniency in the future regarding the obligation to vaccinate Corona. In that case, the scope of his career will increase even more.