Coronavirus: When Djokovic Denied Covid-19 Vaccines

The Adria Tour continues to take its toll. It started with controversy, as there were no security measures, mask, distances … and finally the dreaded thing happened: numerous players have tested positive for coronavirus. The last one to announce it, one of the great organizers of the tournament and number one in the ATP ranking, Novak Djokovic. Along with the Serb, he also caught his coach and his wife. Regarding other players, Grigor Dimitrov and Borna Coric, Participants in this exhibition appointment, recently announced that they also gave positive results in their respective tests.

Few weeks ago, Novak Djokovic said he was “a little confused” about the information on how to fight the coronavirus, a subject he is not “an expert” at, And he made it clear that he wants to have all the information regarding the possible vaccine because he only wants to “choose the best” for his body.

The one from Belgrade had expressed its opposition to vaccines, given the possibility that one against COVID-19 would be discovered and would become mandatory, and he recognized that he would not like anyone to “force” him to put them on “in order to travel”, warning that if that becomes an indispensable condition he will have to make “a decision”, but hours later he wanted to go deeper into his opinion.

“To be honest, like the rest of the world, I'm a little confused. Despite having access to information and resources, I'm not sure what could be the best thing to do. “ stressed. “I am not an expert, but I want the opportunity to choose what is best for my body. I keep an open mind and I will continue my research on the subject because it is important and it will affect all of us,” he said. “I am not an expert but I want the opportunity to choose what is best for my body. ” Now, he will have to focus on his recovery, while the ATP published last week the return of the competition in August.