Djokovic gained the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles in 2021 however was unable to defend his Melbourne Park crown this yr after being deported on the eve of the hardcourt main resulting from his unvaccinated standing.
The 35-year-old Serb, who has gained 21 Grand Slam titles, was additionally unable to journey to New York for the U.S. Open.
Djokovic has not performed since profitable Wimbledon in July after he was compelled to take a seat out the ATP Tour’s North American hardcourt swing resulting from his unvaccinated standing.
“No, I haven’t got any regrets,” Djokovic advised reporters on Thursday on the eve of the Laver Cup in London. “I imply, I do really feel unhappy that I wasn’t in a position to play, however, you already know, that was choice that I made.
“I knew what the implications will likely be, so I accepted them. That is it.”
Ready to listen to from Australia
Djokovic acquired a three-year journey ban for Australia when he was deported, however then Prime Minister Scott Morrison stated it may very well be waived to permit him to take part in later editions of the key.
“I am ready for the information,” the previous world primary added.
“It is actually not in my palms proper now. I am hoping I can get some constructive information quickly.”