Due to his lack of immunizations, Novak Djokovic has no regrets about skipping Grand Slam events.

Novak Djokovic missed two of this year's four Grand Slams due to not being vaccinated . The Serbian was deported from Australia on the eve of the Australian Open .

LONDON (LONDON) Novak Djokovic missed two of this year's four Grand Slams due to not being vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, but the Serbian said he had no regrets about his decision.In 2021, Djokovic claimed the Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon titles, but was unable to defend his Melbourne Park crown this year after being deported due to his unvaccinated status on the eve of the hardcourt major.The 35-year-old Serb, who has won 21 Grand Slam titles, was also unable to play in the U.S. Open in New York due to injury.Since winning Wimbledon in July, Djokovic has not played since being forced to miss the ATP Tours North American hardcourt game due to his unvaccinated status.

I mean, I do feel sorry that I wasn't able to play, but, you know, it was a choice made by me.I knew what the consequences would be and so I accepted them.That' Waiting to hear from Australia.When he was deported, he was barred from travelling for three years, but Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it could be waived to allow him to play in subsequent editions of the tournament.

Its just not in my hands right now.I'm hoping for some positive news soon.