Novak Djokovic has faced a unique ban in the history of Wimbledon. The Serb was reportedly banned from cycling around the Wimbledon campus, reported the Daily Mail. This ban was imposed by a tournament player-liaison official after Djokovic nearly escaped a bump into a supply vehicle prior to the start of the tournament.
According to a report by the Daily Mail, the world number 1 was cycling on the slopes of the campus as a part of his conditioning training when he narrowly missed a crash, before being ordered by a tournament player-liaison official to not to continue doing so as a precautionary measure.
The official, later on, told Djokovic about the potential injury he could have faced just before the tournament begun.
Djokovic, however, didn’t let it affect his on-court performance as the two-time defending champion got his campaign off to a winning start with a straight-set conquest of James Ward on Monday. He is next scheduled to take the court against Adrain Mannarino on Wednesday.