Both male and female tennis players are discussing the issue of coronavirus vaccination. If some people still have to stay in the balloon, they cannot see the purpose of the vaccination, and some people do not want to be vaccinated.
One of the opponents of vaccination is Andrej Rubljev, the eighth tennis player in the world.
Rose said: “I don’t know. There is no reason. I have this feeling because I have never received a vaccine since I was a child. I feel good. I have never had a health problem.”
Elina Svitolina, ranked fifth in the world, is considering vaccinations, but some friends advised her not to vaccinate. The world’s eighth tennis player Arina Sabalenka also opposed vaccination.
The Belarusian said: “I don’t believe it. Of course I don’t want my family to be vaccinated. If this is necessary, I will think twice.”
On the other hand, Simona Halep has received the first injection, and Naomi Osaka plans to do the same. ATP and WTA express vaccination, but do not want to impose it on tennis players.
WTA said: “These are private decisions that we respect.” However, more and more serious speeches soon said that if the epidemiological situation continues to deteriorate, only vaccinated tennis players can participate in the competition. Therefore, this It may not be a decisive decision.
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