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Novak Djokovic in doubt about participating in Tokyo Olympics 2020

Novak Djokovic is skeptical about going to Japan due to the absence of spectators and the stringent restrictions related to the corona virus in Tokyo.

Novak Djokovic has a good chance of completing the ‘Golden Slam’ but this star tennis player is yet to make a firm decision to play in the Tokyo Olympics 2020.Also Read – Wimbledon 2021: Djokovic became Wimbledon champion for the sixth time, won a record 20th Grand Slam title

Djokovic is skeptical about traveling to Japan, given the absence of spectators and the stringent coronavirus restrictions in Tokyo. Also Read – Covid-19 report of all players-coaching staff of SL came negative, got permission for training

Djokovic said after winning the Wimbledon title on Sunday, “I have to think about it. I had plans to participate in the Olympic Games from the very beginning but seeing the current situation, I am not able to decide anything. From what I heard in the last two-three days, it is a 50-50-like situation right now. Also Read – Delta Plus Variant: Serious symptoms seen in 3 corona infected in Ghaziabad, the possibility of Delta Plus variant

Djokovic is also disappointed by the news of the fans’ absence. Not only this, strict restrictions will mean that only a few people from his personal team will be able to travel to Tokyo. He said, “Really disappointed to hear this. ”

Rafael Nadal has already said that he will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics while Roger Federer has not made a decision yet. Djokovic equaled Federer and Nadal’s record of 20 Grand Slam singles titles as he won his sixth Wimbledon title by defeating Italy’s Matteo Berrettini in a four-set final on Sunday.


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