With the first week of 2022 Australian Open As it nears its end, the focus in tennis has begun to return to the sport and through the unlucky days ahead of the tournament that saw the nine-time champion and three-time defending champion. fight. Novak Djokovic Deported from Australia for not being vaccinated.
Djokovic entered Australia late on January 5 but remained in a federal quarantine hotel until January 10 when he won his first hearing to get his visa back and allowed entry into the country. He had only been practicing for 4 days before being quarantined again when a second case was filed in the court against him and he had no choice but to leave the country the night before. Day 1 of the Great Festival. Collapse.
While many have begun to look forward to the Grand Slam action, the Serbian’s fans and those close to him continue to speak out against the ill-treatment of the deported world No. from the country while he was granted a medical exemption by the Australian Government. Novak’s coach Marian Vajda finally broke his silence on the whole story.
“I need to calm down, I still don’t understand why they did this to him. In addition, the media is largely blamed for the manipulation of information, especially in Australia, which has steadily raised its stance against him. We wrote letters to each other, never spoke on the phone. He uses his cell phone a bit. I sent him encouraging text messages and recorded links. I can’t imagine how he handled it, must have been miserable.
“He humbly endured all measures, but what they did to him had to leave an imprint on him. It will definitely have significant consequences, it will be difficult to rush into this again. It’s also an invasion of your privacy, your family. It is a political process. It’s an unfair and unfair decision, based on the assumption that Djokovic can do or affect something that hasn’t happened yet.” Vajda said in an interview with Sport.sk.
Vajda discusses whether players can join hands to protest in support of Novak
With some players supporting Novak and criticizing the Australian government, discussions about whether players could come first and boycott tournaments like the players did at The 1973 Wimbledon Championships for the gratuitous suspension of Nikola Pilic from all tennis activity for 9 months then reduced to 1 month but that meant he couldn’t compete in the Championships.
“At the same time, many people write to him and to me and feel for him. However, they will not speak publicly to the public. Nowhere do you read how many nights Novak spent at the computer discussing with many players their living conditions, how he could help them and do something for everyone.
“Last year, even stationary bikes in Melbourne arrived in quarantined hotel rooms. He fought the entire pandemic for them. I have a feeling that the players don’t have enough sources of information either, because the media is misreporting them and largely against Djokovic.” Vajda said about the possibility of players protesting in favor of Novak.
Coach Vajda reveals Novak Djokovic’s future plans
Djokovic has flown back to Belgrade and declined to comment at least until the Grand Slam is over, as Djokovic’s mother, Dijana, said. With many countries said to make vaccination mandatory for foreigners entering, coach Vajda mentioned the upcoming action of the Serbian tennis player.
“I have not contacted him since he arrived in Belgrade. Nobody know. Obviously it hit his psyche, it will hurt him for a long time and it is very difficult to get it out of his head. However, I know him very well. Novak is strong, resolute and has yet to say the last word in tennis,” Vajda said Djokovic continued to stay away from the media after the whole story in Australia.
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