Great news for Novak from the US: Americans gave the green light, Djokovic will be able to play at US Open!
Namely, as of May 11, the Covid-related emergency measures will most likely be lifted
Great news for Novak Djokovic from the United States! After winning the Australian Open, it seems that the world's best tennis player will be able to compete at the last Grand Slam of the season, the US Open!
The Administration of US President Biden has announced that as of May 11, the Covid-related emergency measures will be lifted. Because of those measures, no unvaccinated foreigner could set foot on US soil, including Djokovic who was not allowed to compete at last year's US Open.
But now it is assumed that with the lifting of measures all restrictions will cease to be valid, including the obligation of vaccination for travelers to the US. This means allowing Novak Djokovic in as well.
If everything goes according to plan and there are no changes, Novak will certainly play at the US Open, although he will have to miss the Masters tournaments this spring, namely Indian Wells and Miami.
However, it won't hurt him much, since he didn't play there last year either and will have the same number of points.
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