Novak Djokovic could now get vaccinated after Australian Open ban, says biographer

Novak Djokovic’s biographer claims the Serbian tennis ace is now likely to get a Covid-19 shot following his controversial exclusion from the Australian Open.

Djokovic was kicked out of Australia and banned from playing at the Australian Open last month after an 11-day visa saga on the eve of the tournament because he failed to meet strict Covid-19 vaccination requirements. 19 from Australia.

Novak Djokovic returns to Belgrade after being expelled from Melbourne and excluded from the Australian Open 2022 tennis tournament.

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Novak Djokovic returns to Belgrade after being expelled from Melbourne and excluded from the Australian Open 2022 tennis tournament.

His biographer, Daniel Muksch, reportedly told Australia Servus-TV station that Djokovic’s support team could now convince him to get stung because Rafael Nadal’s record 21st Grand Slam title was “driving him.

“Maybe the final in Melbourne also contributed to that,” Muksch said. “Rafael Nadal’s 21 drive him, no doubt.

Novak Djokovic training in Melbourne in January before being expelled by court order.

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Novak Djokovic training in Melbourne in January before being expelled by court order.

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“What you’re hearing from his surroundings, I think he’s getting vaccinated.”

Muksch wrote the biography of the Serb, Novak Djokovic – A life at warwritten in German and scheduled for publication in March.

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