Ben Rothenberg's doubts on Novak Djokovic's positivity to the swab!

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Ben Rothenberg's doubts on Novak Djokovic's positivity to the swab!

The verdict of the trial did not completely resolve the case linked to Novak Djokovic, who is still not 100% sure of being able to participate to the Australian Open 2022 to defend the title won consecutively in the last three editions from 2019.

The Serbian tennis player has not yet started the 2022 season due to several problems he encountered upon arriving on the oceanic territory: the Federal Government canceled his visa after stopping him at the airport for about 8 hours, a tough decision challenged by the number one in the world, who managed to get the better of and exonerate themselves, being able to move freely in the country now.

During the trial, many interesting details emerged on the situation of the 34-year-old native of Belgrade in the last month, including the positivity to Covid-19 confirmed by himself on December 16 and up to 22: "I have all the documents that confirm this," he also stressed to remove any doubts on the matter.

Nole stressed, this time also publicly, that he has not received any anti-Covid administration up to now. The well-known American journalist Ben Rothenberg has released some absolutely not indifferent details on the Djokovic case, somehow casting doubt on his positivity.

Analyze the anomalies on the test carried out by the athlete: "The positive Covid test presented by Novak on December 16 (confirmation code 7371999-259039) is supplied with a QR Code. When that code is scanned, anyone can try it, you come across a website showing that the test was *negative*, not positive," he attacked through his Twitter profile.

Then the update a few hours later: "I just tried it again and now the site detects an opposite result: positive test. Who's joking?" Rothenberg closed the affair with a third Tweet: "People are now getting a mix of positive / negative results from this same QR Code.
I don't know what to think, apart from the fact that it's bizarre."

The controversy surrounding Novak Djokovic therefore continues: now every aspect that has emerged on the case is creating debate on social media.


In these hours the world of tennis and sport in general is shocked by what is happening to the number one in the world of men's tennis Novak Djokovic.

The Serbian champion has lived through heavy and important days and today he officially won the appeal that allows him to have the necessary visa to participate in the Australian Open. A rather surprising choice that undoubtedly left the Australian government perplexed, in any case opposed to officially admitting Nole to the country.

Even in these minutes Serbian media have rumored of the tennis player's arrest, a state of detention pending new updates of the story, a situation however abruptly denied by Australia. A situation bordering on crazy with Novak Djokovic's future still in the balance.

The twenty-time winner of Grand Slam tournaments has lived and is living hectic hours and now all tennis fans and not only want to understand if Novak will be able to defend the title in Australia, a victory that could lead to the tenth Australian Slam and the twenty-first Slam in career.

The Australian government has published the pseudo-interview or rather the words of Novak Djokovic released to local bodies during these days where the number one was blocked in the hotel for immigrants in Carlton. Nole spoke by answering all the questions, often with only affirmative or dissenting phrases and then talking about the vaccine issue: "I'm a professional tennis player and the main reason I'm here is to participate in the Australian Open.

Yes, I am not vaccinated at the moment. I have had Covid on two occasions, last June and recently last December 16th. I have all the documents that confirm my positivity." In the last few minutes Nole would now seem to have been definitively released by the Australian custody bodies and now, according to The Age reports, the final decision regarding whether or not the tennis player will stay in Australia will be taken on the day of tomorrow.

A situation of great confusion that undoubtedly does not make the entire oceanic continent look good and that leads to great perplexity regarding the choices of the Australian jurisdiction.