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Novak Djokovic '50-50' on whether to play at Tokyo Olympics

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By MATTIAS KARÉN

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Being among the wealthy elite, he can pass on the Olympic Village and rent an entire floor of a luxury hotel. His qualms arise from not being able to bring his entourage. And refusing to be inoculated with the vaccine.

Maybe he’s just tired.

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Let's see. He already has contracted SARSCoV-2, at his super-spreader event in Serbia (June 2020) ignoring all protocols. And atop that, he is an anti-vaxxer (Rolling Stone Magazine May 2020).

Being among the wealthy elite, he can pass on the Olympic Village and rent an entire floor of a luxury hotel. His qualms arise from not being able to bring his entourage. And refusing to be inoculated with the vaccine.

Not a good example for an international event.

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I agree. Stay fit and healthy. Don't come.

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Take a break. You just won Wimbledon and have nothing to prove to anybody.

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Don't come--prepare for the US Open.

A circus fits better for him..

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Don't come--prepare for the US Open.

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It's not worth coming here for the Olympics, especially with no fans. You just won Wimbledon! No need to come to Tokyo.

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