Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, who won 21 Grand Slam titles in his career, is in danger of participating in the Indian Wells Masters and Miami Open tournaments that will be held in the United States this year.
According to the statement issued by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the commitment to have a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) vaccine in the country has been extended to April 10.
Djokovic, who refuses to be vaccinated against Covid-19, will not be able to attend the Professional Tennis Association (ATP) 1000 tournaments hosted by the USA and Indian Wells Masters, which will start on March 6, and the Miami Open on March 19, unless restrictions are eased.
Due to vaccine restrictions, Djokovic was unable to participate in the Australian Open and the US Open, the two major tournaments, as well as these tournaments last year.
Djokovic has been allowed to compete in his first major tournament of the season, which kicks off on January 16, after vaccination restrictions were eased in Australia.
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