Novak Djokovic: 'My probably favorite memory of us together is...'

‘Probably my best memory of us together is…’

Florida Gov. Rob DeSantis was the latest to publicly criticize American rule that has prevented Novak Djokovic from entering the United States and playing the US Open. Djokovic, 35, has not been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Under current US vaccination laws, unvaccinated aliens cannot enter the country. “You’re not letting Djokovic come to the United States to play the US Open because of the vaccine? He already had Covid and the vaccine isn’t stopping him.

It’s so weird, it’s so stupid,” DeSantis said. After missing the Australian Open earlier in the season, Djokovic also missed the final Grand Slam of the season. Djokovic waited until the last moment for the CDC to change the rules and allowed him to enter the United States, but it didn’t happen.

After Djokovic pulled out of the US Open, American Tennys Sandgren accused the USTA of “not even trying to help Djokovic get in”. The USTA responded shortly after being contacted by tennis majors. In a statement to the tennis majors, the USTA said they could not have asked for Djokovic to be waived even if they wanted to.

“USTA has been in regular contact with various departments of the U.S. federal government, including the Departments of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection and the Department of State,” the statement said.

Nole Djokovic comments on Serena

Novak Djokovic paid tribute to Serena Williams with some kind words for the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion in view of her retirement. “Probably my fondest memory of us together is winning Wimbledon and then dancing at the Champions’ Dinner,” Djokovic said in a video shared by the ATP Tour.

“It was a great time, it was one of the best moments I had on the tour with you. Thank you for everything you did for our beautiful sport,” said the Serbian player. “Your contribution and legacy on and off the pitch will live forever.

I treasure and cherish our relationship which has lasted for many years and I was hoping that moment will never come when you announced your retirement and here we are. You can be very, very proud of what you have achieved and what you left behind.

They have inspired so many different generations, not just tennis players but athletes around the world,” added Djokovic. Djokovic will not be able to play a Grand Slam again until May 2023. After being kicked out of Australia, Djokovic also received a three-year travel ban.

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