DJOKOVIC ABLE TO PLAY AT US OPEN AS VACCINE MANDATE SET TO END Djokovic has won three of his 22 major titles at the US Open
Novak Djokovic will be able to compete at the U.S. Open this year after the U.S. government said will end its COVID-19 vaccination requirements for international travellers on May 11
Djokovic, one of the most high-profile athletes wo have refused the experimental mRNA vacccines, missed the US Open in 2022 due to his vaccine status.
The 35-year-old Serb was unable to enter the country this year after unsuccessfully applying to the US government for special permission to play at Indian Wells and Miami.
Djokovic missed last year’s Australian Open and was deported from the country due to his vaccine status and has said he would skip Grand Slams rather than have a Covid shot.
Djokovic has won three of his 22 major titles at the US Open. The hardcourt Grand Slam will be held from 28 August and 10 September this year.