Novak Djokovic has finally decided to come to NY for U.S. Open tournament

After communicating doubtful thoughts about venturing out to NY this year because of the pandemic, Djokovic will now play consecutive tournaments in Queens starting one week from now. The Western and Southern Open begins Aug. 20, and is a warmup for the U.S. Open, which starts on Aug. 31.

Djokovic, who says he has recuperated from the coronavirus, which he and his better half got at the Adria Tour, a progression of presentations Djokovic and his family facilitated in June in the Balkans. At any rate nine individuals, including top-30 players and their coaches, tested positive at the occasion, which highlighted insignificant wellbeing precautionary measures of any sort.

“I am aware that this time around it will be very different with all the protocols and safety measures, I’ve done all the check-ups to make sure I am fully recovered and I am ready to get back on court fully committed to playing my best tennis.” Djokovic told Serbia TV. He likewise revealed to Serbian media that the coronavirus conventions illuminated by the coordinators of the U.S. Open were extraordinary.

Djokovic works on a totally off the chart level with regards to wellbeing and science; the rundown of his freakish convictions would not fit in a solitary story. He said in April before contracting the infection himself that he would be against any required coronavirus vaccine, and wouldn’t take it himself. He has always attributed his accomplishment in tennis to his eating regimen.

The 33-year-old Djokovic is presently the world No. 1. Following quite a series of deaths and sicknesses, coronavirus cases have dropped to an insignificant level in NYC and Queens specifically, where just 96 positive cases were identified on the latest day for which data was accessible.