After winning his 21st Grand Slam at Wimbledon, no one knows when he will play tennis again, as he won't be able to ride the momentum of his recent win to New York City for the U.S. Open.

What's the reason?

He has been his biggest opponent in recent times.

After showing us all how much a hypocrite he was when he called out Naomi Osaka for not following the rules, and then turned around and was at the center of controversy at the Australian Open over his vaccination status and visa issues that kept him from competing Down Under, he got back to playing at

The only good news for me is that the green vaccine card is no longer required to enter the US. Is it an exemption? He told the BBC in February that he didn't want to take the vaccine. He said that he was not going to get vaccine.

One of the greatest tennis players of all time should be allowed to be a roadblock in his own career. We are not going to make it seem like he is some brave icon for personal and civil rights.

James Melville took to the app this week in an attempt to make it appear as if Novak Djokovic has become a face for human rights.

Social media did a good job of roasting him.

There are two sporting icons. There are two eras. There is a huge similarity between the two men. Even though the world was trying to shut them down, they stayed true to their principles. He wrote that they have both overcome sport with their bravery when under fire. Melville is too stupid to know that Ali was pro-vaccines.

When an athlete takes a stand, some idiot tries to compare them to Ali when there hasn't been a single athlete since he overcame it all and returned to being a champ. Over the years, we have seen people try it with Colin Kapernick, as they don't realize that he's been out of the NFL since 2016 because he asked police to stop killing Black people.

When he is older, he will be alone with his thoughts, wondering how many more majors he could have won if he was vaccine free. Competitive drive to get better and win more is what motivates you when you are good at your sport. If he wants to improve his career even more, he should look at the NBA as a reason to get the shot. When they were anti-vaxxers, Bradley and Andrew were smartTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkiaTrademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia,Trademarkia Bradley Beal just signed a $251 million contract to stay with the Washington Wizards, and Andrew Wiggins just won his first title with the Golden State Warriors. The Kansas City Royals were down 10 players this past week as the anti-vaxers couldn't travel to Toronto to play the BlueJays.

There is also Irving. He is also an anti-vaxer. He lost millions and his team was destroyed because he refused to get the shot. Don't be like Novak Djokovic. You should be like Andrew Wiggly.