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.