Novak Djokovic won't attend Australian Open, news of not taking vaccine surfaced

World number one Novak Djokovic of Serbia is also scheduled to play in the Australian Open. He is scheduled to take a decision on the matter in the next few days. He said this after the Davis Cup semi-final match in which Croatia defeated Serbia 2-1.

34-year-old Serbian Novak Djokovic has refused to divulge whether he has taken the covid vaccine. His father Srđan told Serbia's Prava TV last week that the world's number one tennis player may be out of the tournament this time. Djokovic had said about the Covid vaccine that it was his personal case whether he would get the covid vaccine. Talking to reporters in Madrid, Djokovic said, "I know what you want to ask me, I am not going to answer it today, but I am thinking of making a decision about it soon."

I am quite tired: Amidst the virtual press conference, he has said that I want to recover by forgetting tennis for both the next few days, I am really tired of this season and the whole year, I just need some family time and we will see what happens in the future.

Director expects Djokovic to participate: According to media reports, A few days ago, Australian Open director Greg Tilly said Djokovic was expected to participate. Continuing, he had said that Djokovic had not yet shared the information about the covid vaccine. Director Tilly had expressed hope that Djokovic, who has won a record nine titles at the Australian Open, will come to win his tenth. But now, after Djokovic's statement, it seems that he will hardly participate in the Australian Open this time.

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