Novak Djokovic’s situation is getting worse

2022 is not going well for Novak Djokovic. The former world number 1 could not take part in the Australian Open due to the well-known vaccination problem and had to undergo a bureaucratic and media process that damaged his image.

The Serbian champions were hoping for rehabilitation at Roland Garros, where he was considered his big favorite, especially after the triumph in Rome without losing a single set. Unfortunately, after a stroll in the first week, his run ended in the quarterfinals against his eternal rival Rafael Nadal.

The Spaniard then rose to 22 Majors, expanding further to include Federer and Djokovic. The 35-year-old from Belgrade will inevitably prevail at Wimbledon to close the gap as he can barely travel to New York to attend the US Open.

According to the latest rumors, the US has no intention of “lightening” health measures and will not rule out the 20-time Grand Slam champion. In front of the GB News microphones, Nigel Farage spoke on behalf of Nole.

Farage speaks about Djokovic

“The US Open decided that Russian and Belarusian players can play at the US Open but Novak Djokovic cannot play at the US Open because he didn’t have a vaccine,” Farage said.

“This is madness. There are no health reasons for doing so.” He added that the move was more to do with “control” than health concerns. “In fact, I have to say I had a heated argument with the doctors here over whether I should get the refresher,” Farage said.

“In the end I came to the conclusion that I shouldn’t have the booster and the reasons. Quite simply, whether you are vaccinated or not, you can still contract Covid. Whether you have received the vaccine or not, you can still spread Covid.

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The argument for the vaccine is that if you get it, you’ll get less sick. But remember that Novak Djokovic is one of the healthiest 35-year-olds alive in the world today,” he continued.

“He has full health insurance. In no case will he impose any burdens on the US authorities. It’s not about health, it’s about control.” Travis believes the last Grand Slam of the year needs to include the three-time champion in the draw.

According to Travis, people like basketball player Kyrie Irving (including Djokovic) who refused vaccination will appear smarter by the day. Speaking to FOX News, he says: “It’s a joke. So, I think that will be resolved in the end and Djokovic will play