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Australian Open – Tsitsipas: “Djokovic sets his own rules, unlike the majority of players”

by archysport

It is a speech that risks causing a stir among the players. Stefanos Tsitsipas has personality and he demonstrated it again Thursday during an interview with Indian television (as part of an event organized by one of his sponsors). Speaking about the Novak Djokovic saga which has been swallowing up tennis news in recent days, the world number 4 revealed the depths of his thoughts, believing that if the Serbian was indeed allowed to play, he would benefit from preferential treatment.

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Himself in no hurry to get vaccinated, Stefanos Tsitsipas had resolved to do so at the end of last season to be able to participate in the Australian Open. Its scenario is also quite recurrent on the ATP circuit, whose vaccination coverage was barely above 50% during the last US Open and which rose to 97% in a few months due to the requirements of health policy. Australian.

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It takes a lot of daring to take this risk

Djokovic has set his own rules, that’s for sure. He has done something few players have dared to do since ATP and Tennis Australia announced certain criteria for entering Australia. Nobody thought they could come without being vaccinated among the players. It takes a lot of daring to do that, to take the risk of not playing a Grand Slam tournament.“, first estimated the Greek, underlining implicitly both the courage of the convictions of the world number 1 and a certain form of unconsciousness.

Then he clarified his thinking by being more critical of the Serb. “Seems like not everyone follows Tennis Australia and government rules. And this very small minority (Djokovic, Editor’s note) makes the majority of other players look like idiots, in a way.” That has the merit of being clear.

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