Isner takes dig at US authorities as Djokovic denied entry for Indian Wells and Miami: "On May 11th he will be deemed safe, until then he’s dangerous"

John Isner has spoken out against COVID-19 policies a few times and he did it again by pointing out how the date will determine whether Djokovic is safe or not.

Isner has supported Djokovic from the start believing the Serbian should have been allowed in the country even at the height of the pandemic. It made no sense to him to keep Djokovic away from events like the US Open last year and he doesn't think it makes sense to keep him away from the Sunshine double this year.

He tweeted out:

"Don’t worry guys, on May 11th he will be deemed safe enough to enter the USA. Until then, he’s far too dangerous. Do not question the science, our government has been spot on with all things Covid since the onset."

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