Speaking to the press after defeating Matteo Berretini in the big match on the pitch, Djokovic said the lack of spectators as well as the strict restrictions of Covid-19 are weighing on whether he will participate in Tokyo or not. are not.
“My plan has always been to attend the Olympic Games, but right now I’m a bit divided,” Djokovic said. “It’s kind of 50-50 because of what I’ve heard in the last few days.”
“I also heard that there will be a lot of restrictions in [Athletes’] Village. You probably won’t be able to see other athletes perform live.
“I can’t even get myself to be a very important part of my team. I’m also limited in how many people I can get on my team.”
Having won the Australian Open and French Open this year, Djokovic needs an Olympic gold medal and a US Open title to become the first man to win a Golden Slam.
The Olympics are scheduled to start on July 23.
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