Srdjan Djokovic: "50 bullets, they murdered my son Novak"

After weeks of debates in the Italian morning (late afternoon in Australia) the expulsion of the world number one Novak Djokovic was officially sanctione

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Srdjan Djokovic: "50 bullets, they murdered my son Novak"

After weeks of debates in the Italian morning (late afternoon in Australia) the expulsion of the world number one Novak Djokovic was officially sanctioned. The Federal Court, composed of James Allsop, Anthony Besanko and David O'Callaghan, examined the arguments of the defense of the Serbian tennis player and the government and finally decided to oust Novak Djokovic from Australia.

Consequently, the tennis player, number one and reigning champion, will not be able to defend the title of the Australian Open (they start in the night) and will be forced to return to his country and greet the dream twenty-first Grand Slam.

A serious loss for tennis and for the tournament with the Government of the oceanic continent that did not accept the medical exemption and that cut out the champion. The assault from Serbia could not be missing with Nole's father, Srdjan Djokovic, who harshly attacked the Australian government and on social media said: "The attempt to assassinate the best sportsman in the world is over, 50 bullets in Novak's chest." For now this message showing the anger of the Balkan tennis player's parent.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic spoke to the Tanjug agency as follows: "It was a witch hunt against a person and a country, they wanted to demonstrate and clarify what they can do against anyone. You have not humiliated Novak but yourselves: you have mistreated a tennis player, the number one in the world, waited ten days to communicate a decision that we have all known for ten days." Many reactions arrived and the Serbian world did not like the attitude in the against Nole, according to many abused and who suffered a harsh and heavy attitude.

Now the favorites for the tournament become the two real seeds of the tournament, namely the Russian Daniil Medvedev and the German Alexander Zverev, without forgetting the only remaining member of the Big Three, namely the Spanish Rafael Nadal.

Novak Djokovic: what could happen now

The stake was only to have the consent to participate in the Australian Open 2022, with a medical exemption given the two doses of vaccine not carried out but the COVID contracted in a very recent period like the month of December; the risks that the athlete could run, however, were different and are now all occurring.

The visa canceled, the block to enter and stay in the country to play the first Grand Slam of the season, a couple of mistakes made are presenting the bill to Novak Djokovic, who left Australia with broken bones after the decision of the Federal Court, which confirmed the cancellation of the visa and therefore the government's request not to allow the Serbian tennis player to stay in oceanic land.

The real alarm bell for the number one in the world is not only having lost participation in one of the most prestigious tournaments of the year, as it may seem. The sanction that has been established and confirmed by Australia is very heavy and will have many consequences on his future and on the continuation of his career as a professional player.

This was announced by Interior Minister Karen Andrews in an interview on the Today Show: "The visa was canceled by Minister Hawke. The cancellation was confirmed by the federal court, so Djokovic will be banned from entering our country for the next few years.

three years." Currently, on paper, the winner of 9 titles in Melbourne will not be able to take part in various editions of the Grand Slam event, given the very strict rules of the country, especially on this issue. For the organizers of the competition, however, it would be a hard blow not to be able to have the 34-year-old native of Belgrade at the starting line.

Australian laws now prohibit Nole from getting a new visa in the next short period unless urgent and well-founded reasons are accepted. Prime Minister Scott Morrison does not run and has in any case decided to allow Djokovic to return to play in the country: "I have no intention of preconditioning any of this or saying anything that does not allow the minister to make the decisions he has to make.

The expulsion is valid for three years, but there is an opportunity to return to consider the case. This will happen in due course "he stressed in an interview with 2GB radio.

Novak Djokovic