Not vaccinated against covid-19, Novak Djokovic could not participate in the last Australian Open. Worse, the Serbian ogre lived a real ordeal, before being expelled from the country of kangaroos. While he could miss the US Open for health reasons, Novak Djokovic returned to the nightmare he experienced in Melbourne in January.
Although he has not been vaccinated against coronavirus, Novak Djokovic was deprived ofAustralian Open in the month of January. However, the Serbian ogre still had a hope of competing in the competition. For this reason, Novak Djokovic makes the trip to melbourne, but he was sidelined for several days before being expelled fromAustralia. Knowing that he experienced a real ordeal in January, Novak Djokovic returned to this nightmare at the beginning of May. In an interview given to string tennisthe ex-world number one admitted that his last stay in Australia had traumatized him.
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic has said he hopes he can compete in the upcoming US and Australian Opens, as he opens a tennis complex in the Bosnian town of Visoko pic.twitter.com/3cMJeMomST
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“A lot of people think I forced myself into Australia without permission”
“I must admit that I probably underestimated my emotional state. I was like, “It’s behind me, I’m moving on.” But in the following months, I felt that the emotional and mental traces of what had happened were still there. I had never experienced such a situation. It left its mark, more mentally and emotionally than physically. Something was preventing me from moving forward (In Dubai and Monte-Carlo). I was more nervous than usual, on the defensive when I arrived on the field. It took me a while to come to terms with that. The support from the public and the incredible energy I received helped me to move on (in Belgrade). I have to be more patient and trust the process,” confessed Novak Djokovic.
“It’s wrong and I proved it in court”
After missing theAustralian Open because of his non-vaccination, Novak Djokovic could be boycotted by the organizers of theU.S. Open for the same purely sanitary reason. Thus, the Serbian ogre took the opportunity to come back to the terrible experience he had in Australia. “This saga was obviously not pleasant to live. A lot of people still think I forced myself into Australia without permission, but that’s not true and I’ve proven it in court.”a delegate Novak Djokovic, on the sidelines of the inauguration of a tennis complex in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina), before putting on a layer.
“I will never go to a country that does not want me”
“I will never go to a country that doesn’t want me and that wouldn’t have given me permission. And I do hope that I can come back in January. I love Australia and I want to go back there. And that’s where I had my best Grand Slam results. I hope I will be there “, asserted Novak Djokovic in an interview reported by Reuterson Twitter.