“I personally am against vaccination and I would not want to be forced by anyone to take a vaccine to travel,” the world’s number 1 said in a Facebook chat with Serbian fellow athletes.

Djokovic is not only against mandatory vaccination, but also wonders what happens when tennis can be resumed and no vaccine is available yet. “Suppose we can play again in July, August or September, although I think it is unlikely, I can imagine that a vaccine is a requirement as soon as we come out of strict quarantine. But if there is no vaccine yet, what do we do? ”

Djokovic responded in chat to the claim of former French top tennis player Amélie Mauresmo, who believes that tennis cannot be played if there is no vaccine against the corona virus yet. Since experts expect the vaccine to be available next year, it would mean that there will be no more tennis this year.

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