Novak Djokovic has been named in Serbia’s crew for January’s ATP Cup in Sydney regardless of uncertainty over his vaccination standing.
The 34-year-old world primary has but to disclose whether or not he has been vaccinated towards Covid-19.
To play in Sydney with out being vaccinated, the New South Wales state authorities must apply for an exemption for him.
Djokovic would then must do 14 days of quarantine on arrival.
The file nine-time Australian Open champion has but to decide to defend his title in Melbourne after organisers confirmed that all gamers would should be vaccinated.
Final week, Djokovic’s father stated that his son was unlikely to play within the opening Grand Slam of the 12 months – which runs from 17-30 January – until guidelines had been relaxed.
Serbia have been drawn alongside Norway, Chile and Spain in Group A for the season-opening event, which can function 16 groups and be hosted throughout two venues on the Sydney Olympic Park from 1-9 January.
Nonetheless, Rafael Nadal won’t function for Spain as he continues his return from harm.
Britain are in Group C alongside Germany, Canada and america whereas defending champions Russia, led by world quantity two and US Open champion Daniil Medvedev, had been grouped with this 12 months’s finalists Italy, Austria and hosts Australia.