Srdjan Djokovic: "Powerful people may not let Nole play anymore"



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Srdjan Djokovic: "Powerful people may not let Nole play anymore"

The situation of Novak Djokovic continues to cause a sensation all over the world, a situation of chaos and emergency that has not gone unnoticed and which continues to arouse controversy. The number one in the world was in isolation at the airport for several hours, without even being able to use his mobile phone, then he was taken to the hotel where there are people in isolation in Carlton and in a few hours, barring sensational twists and turns, he will have to leave the country.

Many reactions have arrived in these hours and one of the most important and heavy is that of the father of the Serbian champion, Srdjan Djokovic. Asked to the Serbian media, the parent of the number one in the world had very harsh words towards Australia and the treatment received by his son Novak.

Here are his statements: "My son has been released, but he is not a free person. From now on Novak Djokovic will be the symbol and leader of the free world, the leader of the countries and peoples that are oppressed. He has shown over the years that even a small heroic country like Serbia can have the greatest athlete of all time, this cannot be hidden.

They may even put him in jail today or tomorrow, but the truth will always find its way to him. Novak fights for the equality of all people on our planet, no matter how much money they have or which God they pray." Then the tough attack on Australia: "The rich world may not allow Nole to play tennis, but now it begins a much more serious race.

On the one hand there are the avid members of world politics and on the other hand there are those like us who believe in a free world and still believe in justice and truth. Australian Open? What can we do if they don't let him play? Now we look forward to Roland Garros and its 21 Slam tournament."

In Serbia, many are doing their utmost and launching in favor of the number one in the world and even the Serbian Prime Minister has harshly attacked Australia's stance.

Novak Djokovic says goodbye to the Australian Open 2022, but...

World number one and twenty-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic will not participate in the Australian Open 2022 and therefore will not defend the reigning title he won twelve months ago.

However, the Serb and his staff have requested an appeal to change that decision. It all started a couple of days ago when the Serbian champion announced he was leaving for Australia thanks to a special medical exemption granted to him for the particular event.

This situation has created a lot of worldwide controversy and in a short time Djokovic has become the trend topic social. A few minutes ago, however, came yet another twist, the sentence that overturns everything. According to The Age, a very important newspaper in Australia and very close to the dynamics of Tennis Australia, the Australian government has not accepted the visa of the Serbian champion and on Thursday he will have to leave the country.

Yet another sensational episode concerning this story and Djokovic who will be forced to skip the first major event of 2022. It is still not clear if this choice was made after the controversy over the vaccine or if it is dictated by something else, but what is certain is that the strongest tennis player in the world will not be present in Australia.

The number one has already received the bitter news and on Thursday he will be permanently expelled from the country. Meanwhile, according to the latest rumors, Nole would be ready to challenge the sentence and appeal, a very complicated situation given the ways and times with the Australian Open that will begin on January 17, 2022.

Serbian journalist Sasa Ozmo also confirmed the news, Nole will make the appeal but the latter's chances of victory are very few. Novak Djokovic must therefore postpone the possibility of winning the twenty-first Grand Slam, a chance that Rafael Nadal, the only member of the Big Three on the field, will have instead in Melbourne.