Olivia Gadecki does not want to change her decision, although the association there has been trying for weeks to convince her to change her position The teenage sensation from Australia,Olivia Gadecki , will miss the tennis part of the season on the Fifth Continent because she decided not to be vaccinated against the corona virus.
In addition to Djokovic, about whom nothing is still known, but apparentlyhe is not vaccinated or intended, now we have another name that said "no" to the vaccine and it is obvious that many athletes are pessimistic about this type of protection According to local media, 19-year-old Gadecki , who recently debuted for Australia in the Fed Cup, shook tennis world with an attitude that is contrary to government regulations that require all players who want to participate in the first Grand Slam of the season (17-30 January) must be fully vaccinated The National Tennis Federation has been trying for weeks to persuade her to change her mind, but it is believed that she will not give in even though she is waiting for a wild card in Melbourne.
Under the mentorship of the esteemed coach David Taylor, Gadecki had an incredible season, and even the first tennis player in the world, Ashleigh Barty, bowed to her. At the beginning of 2021, she was without a ranking, to finish in 237th place, after 50 victories, four finals of the ITF tournament, two of which she won.
Taylor on Gadecki
In addition to all that, she scalped the fourth player in the world, Sofia Kenin, in one of the preparatory tournaments (from the WTA series) for last season's Australian Open, in the second professional match of her career.
Gadecki really has a bright future ahead of her and we must recall the words of her coach: “Second-ever pro match. It’s a pretty amazing thing. She’s a pretty good story,” Taylor recently told AAP from his European base in Liechtenstein.
“She had zero ranking, zero, February 1 and here she is top 250 already - it’s unheard of. “In her first-ever pro match she lost to the world No.60 in three sets, second-ever match beats Kenin and then in her first-ever $25,000 pro event, she gets to the final in Madrid.
“She’s going to be good. This girl will be good, I think”. We will see if Gadecki will eventually change her mind, but it is obvious that this girl, despite everything, is keeping her word for now.