Novak Djokovic Will play the ATP Cup, Australia Open and Tennis Australia denies looking for a “loophole” that will allow unvaccinated players to receive a more generous medical exemption than the general public It may be.
Djokovic’s name appeared in the ATP Cup and Australian Open entries, but the status of his preventive contact is still unknown. “The proposal that Tennis Australia is looking for a’loophole’in this process is not at all true,” read a statement made at 3AW.
“Medical tax exemption arbitrage is an area of independent medical professionals. We are not in a position to influence this process, nor are we.”
Djokovic didn’t want to answer anything last week
“I understand that you are asking for some answers about where and how I start the season.
We’re really tired this season and this year, so let’s stick to our family’s quality time, rehab mode and see what the future holds, “Djokovic said after the Davis Cup final in Serbia.
“You will be informed. I know what you want. I’m not going to give you an answer tonight. I know what you want to ask me. But you know That’s all I can tell you. I can’t give you. The date is always. Australia is just around the corner so you’ll know right away. “
Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge believes that Djokovic’s playing the ATP Cup is a good sign that he intends to play the Australian Open as well. “He could choose to enter or not, so he put his name on the entry list, which means he must believe he’ll be coming all summer,” Woodbridge 2GB Wide said. World of Sports Radio.
“That’s good for tennis. I think it’s good for Novak fans, and I think it’s for Sydney fans.” He knows all the government’s regulations on vaccination, so that means he’s on top of that. You will think that there is. He is pulling something we didn’t expect. ”
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Tennis Australia denies allegations of looking for “loopholes” in unvaccinated players
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/ATP_Tennis/106073/tennis-australia-denies-claims-of-seeking-loopholes-for-unvaccinated-players/ Tennis Australia denies allegations of looking for “loopholes” in unvaccinated players