‘Doesn’t really matter whether it’s vaccination or…’


Novak Djokovic: 'Doesn't really matter whether it's vaccination or...'

World number 1 Novak Djokovic is in Turin where he is among the protagonists of the Atp Finals at the end of the year. The Serbian champion played the first two matches, winning without particular worries both against Casper Ruud and against Andrey Rublev, the latter literally annihilated yesterday.

Nole is already qualified for the semifinals where the second in the other group, who will come out of one of Alexander Zverev, the favorite, over Hubert Hurkacz or Jannik Sinner. Meanwhile, in the morning Nole had fun with the Turin star of Tiktok Khaby Lame, who exploded in recent months and a public figure with 57 million followers.

Djokovic on Kyrgios’ comments

Speaking at a press conference at the 2021 ATP Finals, Novak Djokovic revealed his surprise at hearing Kyrgios’ comments and suggested this is a rare matter on which the pair see eye to eye.

The World No. 1 also elaborated on why he feels freedom of choice is so vital in life. “That was unexpected, knowing what was coming from him towards me in the last couple of years (laughs),” Djokovic said. “But this time, I must agree with him that the freedom of choice is essential for everyone, whether it’s me or somebody else.

Doesn’t really matter whether it’s vaccination or anything else in life,” Djokovic added. “You should have the freedom to choose, to decide what you want to do. In this particular case, what you want to put in your body.

I have been always a proponent of that and always a supporter of freedom of choice, and I will be always supporting that because freedom is essential for I’d say a happy and prosperous life.” As the year 2021 is coming to an end, there’s a wave of excitement going around for the much-awaited Australian Open 2022.

Many big names have already announced their participation at the ‘Happy Slam’. Just ahead of the tournament, the authorities have released some positive news on the crowd capacity at Melbourne Park. The Australian Open 2022 will be taking place from 17th January to 30th January at Melbourne Park.

With the situation easing down, the Australian government has decided to permit a full capacity crowd for outdoor sporting events. 30,000 fans will be allowed at indoor sports events. The World No. 1, Novak Djokovic is yet to confirm his participation at the Australian Open 2022. Djokovic had an incredible 2021 season after triumphing at three out of four Grand Slam titles.

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