sport news Novak Djokovic has NO regrets over Covid-19 vaccination status trends now
Novak Djokovic insists he has 'NO regrets' over his continued refusal to be vaccinated against Covid, after being denied entry to Indian Wells and Miami... but Serbian star hopes entry rules are relaxed for the US Open United States currently bars unvaccinated foreigners from entry into country Novak Djokovic has long refused to take a vaccination - and is missing events He has described August's US Open as the 'most important' tournament for him
Novak Djokovic said he had no regrets about missing tournaments at Indian Wells and Miami due to his Covid-19 vaccination status but hoped that he would be allowed into the United States later this year for the US Open.
The United States currently bars unvaccinated foreigners from entering the country, though the policy is expected to be lifted when the government ends its Covid emergency declarations in May.
Djokovic, 35, unsuccessfully applied to the US government for special permission to play at Indian Wells and Miami.
Carlos Alcaraz leapfrogged the Serb back