Novak Djokovic set for French Open with vaccination restrictions to be eased
The Guardian says Novak Djokovic’s efforts to compete at the next grand slam on the tennis calendar will be far less complicated than his failed Australian Open bid after the French government announced it would suspend its vaccination pass this month.
The decision to end current restrictions on 14 March means the Serb will likely be able to defend his French Open title at Roland Garros, beginning on 22 May.
The world No 2, who lost top spot in the ATP rankings last week, was unable to play at the year’s opening grand slam in Melbourne after being deported due to his vaccination status.
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