Nadal, on the case of Djokovic: "We have to trust the advice of those who know"

The Spanish Rafael Nadal (1) explained that "we must trust people who know", in reference to health professionals, who advise us to get vaccinated to stop this pandemic when he was asked about the situation his professional colleague is experiencing Novak Djokovic after his visa was canceled upon landing in Melbourne for not being vaccinated against Covid-19.

"What is happening is not good for anyone. I don't handle all the details of what happened so I can't have a solid opinion ”, he clarified at a press conference after his second-round victory against the Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis.

"I feel bad for him but Novak knew the conditions beforehand"added the Balearic after stressing that it is important to trust professionals in the field and follow their advice to receive the vaccine.

"It's normal for people here to get frustrated. They have passed very hard confinements, people could not travel from one state to another, "he said regarding the uproar caused by the news that the Serbian had allegedly received a medical exemption to dispute the Australian Open.

"He is a person of legal age who makes his own decisions and who has to pay the consequences of those decisions," he concluded.


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