Djokovic’s Australian Open

Djokovic's Australian Open

The whole world is talking Novak Djokovic And his participation in the Australian Open 2022, which kicks off on January 17: Djokovic’s passion for privacy, with the world’s number one communicating news on Instagram, citing a never-disclosed medical exemption. This exemption does not affect Kovid vaccination in the strict sense, although Djokovic has not been vaccinated (although he does not intend to say so publicly), but his certification. In practice, with minor changes, the pass was issued by the Medical Commissions of Australia and the State of Victoria, i.e. Melbourne, and certainly not the organizers of the Australian Open.

Tournament director Craig Tyle had explained in recent days that the government’s hints about entry into a country that has not been vaccinated could not be ruled out. It was partly chosen so as not to open endless disputes with other No Vaux players or to cast doubt on the obligatory nature of Vauxhaus (i.e. Djokovic’s position). Cases of exclusion from vaccination are rare in Australia: at least out of hospital health problems, recent exposure, serious side effects from previous vaccinations, and vaccine-related psychological problems. These cases are cited by the academy: the real reason for Djokovic’s exclusion, we will never know unless he makes it public. It’s hard for him to do that at the tournament’s press conferences, and instead of a possible 21st Grand Slam, they only ask him about Kovid.

Let’s get to the point: Did Djokovic enjoy special treatment? The Australian Open would have been the fourth most important tournament in the world had it not been for his participation: he did without Federer, now retired, he was going to do without Nadal (Kovid positive last December 20, but recovered) and will inevitably replace the 34-and-a-half-year-old Djokovic in the next few years. , Always go as far as possible. It is clear that the organizers are happy to be number one in the world, but before Kovid, even for tourism, there was no medical exemption in a state where health problems were so severe for those who arrived there. Issued for Sports Merits. The collective journalist is playing a good game in attacking the poorly deployed Djokovic, who wants to go into a direct confrontation with the ATP and change the political structure of tennis.

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Apart from Kovid and immunizations, how many chances does Djokovic have to win the Australian Open? After missing the Grand Slam final with Medvedev in New York, the Serbian played relatively little but always well: he won in Paris-Berce (in the final in Medvedev), and lost in the semifinals in the ATP finals in Turin. Serbia lost to Croatia in the semi-finals Serbia lost to Croatia in the Davis Cup and in a very tight match, but Djokovic’s certainly not. For a thousand reasons, first of all, the mental development of the competition (including Beretini and Sinner), Djokovic will no longer be on a mission in 2021, but he is still the man to lose.

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