Novak Djokovic: possible breakthrough in the coming days
Novak Djokovic still hopes to participate in the Us Open: there’s news
Novak Djokovic is back to hope: the Serbian tennis player, who after skipping Montreal also forfeited the Cincinnati Masters 1000 because he cannot enter Canada and the United States due to anti-Covid laws, sees a glimmer of hope for his participation in the Us Open.
In fact, the U.S. National Public Health Agency announced this Thursday that people vaccinated and unvaccinated against the virus will have to abide by the same rules in the country, meaning there will no longer be a difference.
Djokovic is hoping for a change in the border rules as well, which would allow him to take the court in the last Slam of the season. According to U.S. media reports, the rules could be changed from Sept. 1, three days after the start of the Us Open: too late for Nole, who could, however, get special permission.