Novak Djokovic has stated that he was never 'anti-vax' 'I've always been pro-choice.'

Novak Djokovic won the US Open in his comeback to New York after the United States relaxed its ban on foreign visitors who were not immunized against the coronavirus.

Djokovic remained adamantly opposed to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

 After being deported from the country in 2022, he was able to compete in the Australian Open this year. 

He was the tournament winner. The same thing happened in Flushing Meadows, as he easily overcame Daniil Medvedev.

Djokovic stated in an interview with tennis veteran John McEnroe that he was never "anti-vax."

"I was never anti-vaccine." "I was always pro-freedom of choice, which we took for granted," he told McEnroe on ESPN Plus. 

 "I didn't think many people had a choice." That was something I encountered on a daily basis with so many individuals in my nation or around the world.

"Djokovic has stated that he is still willing to forego potentially winning Grand Slams in order to comply with vaccine mandates.

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