His choice will come as excellent news for the US Open organisers after a number of high-profile gamers, together with former winners Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka, pulled out over points associated to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
But it is usually a U-turn from Djokovic after his June statements that competing on the 2020 US Open could be “inconceivable” resulting from “excessive” COVID-19 protocols for the event at Flushing Meadows.
“I’m pleased to verify that I’ll take part on the Western & Southern Open and US Open this 12 months,” the 33-year previous Serb mentioned.
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“It was not a straightforward choice to make with all of the obstacles and challenges on so many sides, however the prospect of competing once more makes me actually excited.
“I’m conscious that this time round it is going to be very completely different with all of the protocols and security measures which might be put in place to guard gamers and the individuals of New York.”