The paradox of the tennis world is angry because Djokovic can attend the Australian Open 2022

(Sports news, tennis news) Previously, Novak Djokovic announced the good news to attend the Australian Open 2022, but there was a wave of dissatisfaction with this decision of the organizers.

Over the past few months, the tennis world has been talking about whether Novak Djokovic has been vaccinated against Covid-19? If not, will he be able to attend the Australian Open 2022 or not. The answer of the organizers of the first Grand Slam tournament of the year in Australia was firmly confirmed “no vaccination, no participation”.

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Nole is exempt from participating in the Australian Open 2022

But on the evening of January 4, less than two weeks before the 2022 Australian Open (opening on January 17), the world No. 1 player announced that he was medically exempted to attend the Grand Slam tournament in Australia.

After the news that Djokovic was given a special chance to participate in the tournament, the media was outraged with the decision of the organizers to “get out of the water”.

“Novak Djokovic is the greatest tennis player ever. Forget Laver, Agassi, Federer, Sampras, Nadal, McEnroe, Connors and Borg because Novak has won 20 Grand Slams and 87 titles, he has the right to be. special ability to change even tough rules,” Australian rugby player Kevin Bartlett wrote on social media.

British tennis player Jamie Murray, brother of Andy Murray, said of the injustice: “I think if it were me there wouldn’t be an exemption… but very happy for him (Novak) to have been able to come to Australia to play the game. participate in the tournament”.

Prominent Victorian emergency medicine doctor Stephen Parnis said the waivers sent a horrifying message to those trying to stop the spread of Covid-19.

“I don’t care how good a tennis player he is. If he refuses to be vaccinated, he should not be allowed to attend. If this exemption is true, it sends a message of horror. King to millions of people looking to reduce the risk from Covid-19 for themselves and others. Vaccination shows respect, Novak,” Parnis wrote on his personal page.

Also on social networks, many viewers expressed outrage. One user used heavy adjectives to describe: “Australia has knelt before Djokovic. Shameful decision”.

Another wrote: “What do Australians think about this decision? A lot of Australians can’t see their loved ones because of the epidemic. Now a tennis player is automatically given everything to appear in Australia just to play. tennis”.

The wave of protests against Djokovic being allowed to attend the Australian Open 2022 is getting stronger and stronger. On the evening of January 5 (Vietnam time) Djokovic arrived in Australia, but the Serbian tennis player will not be welcomed by the audience.

According to the latest information from the Australian press, currently, although the plane carrying Djokovic has landed in Melbourne, Nole has not yet been able to leave the airport to return to the hotel due to a number of procedures.

The Victorian government, where the tournament is taking place, has refused to help with immigration formalities for the world No 1, despite Nole’s medical exemption. According to local authorities, the Serbian superstar, coaching staff and team members have applied for the wrong type of visa, and this will take time to resolve.

Djokovic is the defending champion, he is also the record holder with 9 times to win the first place. Nole will have the opportunity to touch his 10th title at the Australian Open 2022, thereby stepping up to the No. 1 record for winning a Grand Slam with 21 championships.


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