Stefanos Tsitsipas says he would only get the Covid-19 vaccine if it became mandatory to compete in tournaments.
The 2021 French Open finalist is currently in Cincinnati, USA, where he will compete at the Western & Southern Open this week. He received a first-round bye at the Masters 100 tournament.
When asked by reporters if he would look to get the vaccine while competing in America, the Greek said: "No one has told me anything. No one has made it a mandatory thing to be vaccinated.
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At some point I will have to, I'm pretty sure about it, but so far it hasn't been mandatory to compete, so I haven't done it, no.
Covid-19 vaccinations has been a divisive topic in men’s tennis. Novak Djokovic said in April he hoped the vaccine would not become compulsory and has refused to answer questions about his vaccination status.

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Rafael Nadal supports vaccinations. The Spaniard previously told reporters: "The only way out of this [Covid-19] nightmare is vaccination. Our responsibility as human beings is to accept it.
"I know there is a percentage of people who will suffer from side effects, but the effects of the virus are worse.”
Roger Federer said in May he had received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
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