Andy Murray dijo antes de ser despedido de la 2021 NOSOTROS. Abierto that his colleagues “tener una responsabilidad” vacunarse contra el coronavirus. The ATP and WTA have made clear they will not require players to get the shot but encouraged them to do so earlier in the year.
Marion Bartoli, quien ganó el 2013 Wimbledon tournament, dijo Pickswise on Saturday she agreed with Murray.
“Absolutamente, it has to be done. If we want to move back into our old lives, we have to become committed to get vaccinated,” ella dijo. “Me and my family have been vaccinated for a while now, it’s a matter of self-discipline and trusting the medicine that is here to help us rather than just doubting everything.”
Bartoli said, para ella, the biggest factor in getting the vaccine was to lower the risk of those around her getting coronavirus.
“It has to be the responsibility of the player to say I’m living in an environment with a lot of people around me and I don’t want to put anyone at risk,” ella dijo. “If we want to move back to what we used to know as tennis players, which is freedom to go where you want whenever you want, we have to do it sooner rather than later.”
Stefanos Tsitsipas caused controversy when he said he would only get vaccinated if it were required for him to continue competing.
“I don’t see any reason for someone of my age to do it,” él dijo, vía Los New York Times. “It hasn’t been tested enough and it has side effects. As long as it’s not mandatory, everyone can decide for themselves.”
According to the paper, the WTA said “nearly 50%” of players were vaccinated while the ATP said rates were above 50%.