Novak Djokovic will likely be allowed to play on the US Open this 12 months, after the Senate voted to finish Covid-19 measures.
The previous world No 1 has not performed tennis in america since shedding the 2021 US Open last due to Covid measures launched by the federal government through the top of the pandemic.
The US requires worldwide guests to point out proof of vaccination, and the 22-time Grand Slam champion has not had the jab.
Nevertheless, on Wednesday, the US Senate handed a invoice that may finish Covid-19 declarations that have been put in place by former President Donald Trump on March 13, 2020.
The invoice, which was cleared by the Home of Representatives earlier this 12 months, will now been despatched to Joe Biden, who is anticipated to signal it.
The vote means the businesses within the US will begin winding down Covid measures, paving the best way for Djokovic to participate within the US Open, which is stay on Sky Sports activities in August.
The 35-year-old missed the event at Flushing Meadows final 12 months and in addition missed out on the Miami Open and Indian Wells, after being denied permission to enter America.
He had utilized for particular permission to enter, however a request to play in Miami and at Indian Wells was rejected by officers.
Djokovic has gained the US Open title thrice, most not too long ago in 2018, whereas ending as runner-up six instances.
Carlos Alcaraz gained his first Grand Slam final 12 months, when he beat Casper Ruud in 4 units.
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