Novak Djokovic is the most famous anti-vaccine among athletes. This position of the 34-year-old Serb meant that at the beginning of the year he was excluded from participating in the Australian Open, and later also in the most prestigious tournaments in the United States. Now, positive news is coming to Djokovic from the upcoming tournaments.

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Djokovic will be able to play at Wimbledon

Recently, the Serb played in a tournament in Monte Carlo, where he unexpectedly lost to Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. Earlier it became clear that Djokovic would allow him to compete at Paris Roland Garros. Another great news hit the ATP Leaderboard on Tuesday, this time from Grand Slam Wimbledon, which takes place June 27-July 10 in London.

Tournament Director Sally BoltonAnd He announced that for the start of Wimbledon, vaccination against COVID-19 will not be required, and unvaccinated competitors will not have to undergo mandatory quarantine.

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The requirements that must be met will not include compulsory vaccination. She said it would not be a requirement to participate in the tournament this year.

In addition, tennis players will not have to stay at the hotel set by the organizers this year, but they will be able to choose their place of residence. Players from Russia and Belarus who have been excluded from performing in London are not as lucky as the unvaccinated players.

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Novak Djokovo is the current Wimbledon champion. In last year’s final, he defeated Serbian Italian Matteo Berrettini 6:7, 6:4, 6:4, 6:3.