Last Saturday, through social networks, the US Open team published a statement stating that “it is very hopeful” that Novak Djokovic will possibly be able to participate in the championship that takes place in August, in the United States.
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“Policies regarding access to the United States are determined by the White House. We are very hopeful that the policy preventing Novak Djokovic from entering the United States will be rescinded or lapse in the near future. No Covid-19 restrictions are in effect at the US Open for any player, fan or other participant. Novak, one of our sport’s great champions, would be welcome to compete at the 2023 US Open,” Chris Widmaier of the USTA told The Associated Press.
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Due to not having vaccinated himself against Covid-19, the tennis player was unable to enter the country and participate in the last Grand Slam tournaments of the 2022 season, which take place later this month, Miami Open and BNP Paribas Open.
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