“This is the horror that happened in the last 24 hours. They are holding him captive. Our pride, our Novak is Serbia, and Serbia is Novak. We are proud of our Novak, our light at the end of the tunnel. The political oligarchy will not extinguish that.” This is a political struggle, it has nothing to do with sports, he fulfilled all the conditions needed to enter and win another of their famous Australian Open. He would of course win it, he is the best tennis player and athlete in the world, “he said. today’s press conference Srdjan Djokovic, father of Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic is in hotel quarantine after being denied a visa to enter Australia, where he was supposed to defend his title at the Australian Open, which starts on January 17. Djokovic received a medical exemption from playing in the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, since he was not vaccinated against the coronavirus, but his visa was denied after arriving in Australia.
Djokovic was supposed to be deported, but that will not happen until Monday, since the first tennis player in the world filed an appeal against the denial of a visa.
“The first man of that distant country, Scott Morrison, dared to attack Novak and expel him, and he did not even enter their country. They wanted to underestimate him, to bring him to his knees, not only him but also our Serbia. We are “Serbs are a proud people, civilized, we have never attacked anyone, we have only defended ourselves throughout history, and now our pride and pride, the pride of the entire liberal world, Novak, is doing that,” said Srdjan Djokovic.
He announced a rally of support for Novak Djokovic in front of the Serbian Parliament at 3 p.m.
“Jesus was crucified and they did everything to me, he endured and is still alive among us. They are trying to crucify Novak in the same way, to throw him on his knees and to do everything to him. Shame on you ass when you don’t have a cheek to do that to Novak “, stated the father of the first tennis player in the world.
Djokovic is trying to win a record 10th title in that tournament and the 21st Grand Slam trophy in Melbourne, which would make him a record holder ahead of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.