‘Novak Djokovic is the most open of…’, says ATP ace

Today, according to US law, Novak Djokovic, 21-time Slam champion, cannot enter the country due to his vaccination situation, since he needs the green pass to enter the United States, ergo he could not play. From Serbia, however, comes the initiative that aims to give a decisive acceleration to the matter, with the aim that the three-time winner of the US Open can take the court in Flushing Meadows. Initiative led by Nebojsa Jovanovic, owner of a company that promotes professional tennis in Serbia, who wrote directly to President Joe Biden appealing to a specific legal clause in the presidential proclamation of national interest 10294, according to which foreign citizens would be granted, receive an exemption and therefore be able to enter the United States.

Cerundolo on Nole Djokovic

Francisco Cerundolo lavished praise on Novak Djokovic in a recent interview, hailing the Serb as a “genius.” “Novak [Djokovic] with his peers is a genius; he is the most open of the 3, compared to Nadal and Federer,” Francisco Cerundolo said. Although he fell to Casper Ruud in straight sets, the run in the Masters 1000 event made him feel like a more “complete” player. “In Miami, I began to generate self-confidence to face the best players and I became more complete,” Francisco Cerundolo said. “The head is one of the things that makes the difference.” The Argentine reckons he has the necessary confidence to maybe even finish the season closer to the Top-15 if everything goes well. “Confidence is very important at this level because that’s when you think you’re going to beat the opponent,” Cerundolo said. “I fulfilled all the goals I set myself in the year. I would like to finish in the top 20, close to 15th in the world.” The United States is interested in the biggest tournament in the world hosting the best player in the world, especially since he has just won his seventh Wimbledon tournament in London.” In defense of the Serbian, among others, his coach Goran Ivanisevic: “I hope he will be eliminated the obligation to be vaccinated everywhere. The rules are very contradictory from my point of view. I’ve double-dosed, so I don’t have a problem, but I don’t like the climate that’s been created in the last two and a half years. If you’re unlucky enough to get infected, they treat you like you have scabies and cut you off from everyone. I find it embarrassing.”