“I don’t think it’ll come to that. I hope not, because I’ve always believed in freedom of choice,” Djokovic said, per Reuters.
“And I will keep the decision as to whether I’m going to get vaccinated or not to myself,” he said. “It’s an intimate decision, and I don’t want to go into this game of pro and against vaccines, which the media is unfortunately creating these days.
“I don’t want to be labeled as someone who is against or who is for vaccines. I’m not going to answer the question … and hope that everyone will respect that.”
The Serbian has previously said he would oppose a compulsory vaccination but has since said he would wait for more clarification from the ATP over its protocols.