Djokovic Wins US Open in Spite of Vaccine Mandate

Tennis Star Defends Decision Not to Take the COVID-19 Shot

In a comeback to beat all comebacks after being banned two years in a row for refusing to take a COVID shot, tennis champ Novak Djokovic won his fourth U.S. Open and 24th Grand Slam title in the 2023 competition in New York City.

During the pandemic Djokovic stood out as he steadfastly refused to buckle to the Biden administration’s mask and vaccine mandates imposed on anyone coming into the U.S., even though his refusal to comply most likely cost him more wins and titles.

“Australia deported the now 36-year-old superstar for not complying with their nonsensical mandates. The U.S. banned him. And he still refused to comply,” Outkick said. [But this year’s win] “had to be a tremendously validating and self-affirming win after being demonized by the media and ‘expert’ community. Especially considering the U.S. Open tournament was essentially sponsored by a now-desperate Moderna.”



Outkick September 10, 2023


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Publish Date: 2023-09-11 18:34:59