Novak Djokovic is not the only player who has sparked controversy; even Bryson DeChambeau has garnered attention for his approach to the sickness in the past. Novak Djokovic isn’t the only athlete who has refused to take a vaccine.
Novak Djokovic, a multi-grand slam champion, has been generating headlines around the world as he prepares for Covid-19.However, he is not the only athlete who has avoided vaccinations or has withheld information about their immunization status in the world we currently live in.
Aaron Rodgers made waves in the NFL after claiming to be immunised but afterwards testing positive.
Joshua Kimmich, a German player, expressed concern about the immunizations’ long-term effects.
After refusing a vaccine, NBA star Kyrie Irving was barred from practicing and playing.
Irving later stated that he was making the greatest decision for himself and that he accepts being vilified as a result of his remarks.
Djokovic is currently awaiting word on whether his visa would be revoked once more in the run-up to the Australian Open.
What did Bryson have to say about it?
“I’m still young enough to administer it (the vaccines) to folks who require it. I don’t require it. I am a healthy, young person who will continue to improve my health.”
DeChambeau, 28, made these remarks in August of last year before contracting the sickness that forced him to withdraw from the Tokyo Olympics team.
What occurred after that?
After catching the sickness, DeChambeau reported he dropped 4.5 kilograms. He made so many headlines in the golf media because of his comments that he didn’t usually speak to the media until the Ryder Cup and soon after.
He also stated that he was on the verge of giving up golf.
“‘I don’t need any of this,’ I thought. Why am I putting myself through this?’ “he stated.
It’s still unclear whether he’s had any vaccinations.