The news comes in half-jokingly: “Djokovic could play in Miami if he got to the US by sea.”

The news comes in half-jokingly: “Djokovic could play in Miami if he got to the US by sea.”

Novak Djokovic born in 1987, No. 1 in the world – Photo Getty Images

impossibility Novak Djokovic The question of entering the US is still being debated, and several US organizations have publicly asked the government to allow Serbs into the country, even though they have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.
It was one of the loudest voices Ron DeSantisthe governor of Florida, who criticized Joe Biden and requested that Djokovic be allowed into the country.

Although Djokovic’s participation in Indian Wells is completely ruled out, meaning he will not participate in the event, his entry in Miami is still a possibility, albeit unlikely, for his second ATP 1000 tournament of the year. DeSantis suggested a possible solution to the Serbs.

According to the Florida governor, in a letter he sent to Biden, Djokovic can enter the United States by sea. “It is not clear to me why Mr. Djokovic cannot enter this country by sea. Your administration does not appear to have imposed any restrictions on non-citizens entering our country by sea.”DeSantis said.

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