‘These pyramids in Bosnia didn’t help Novak Djokovic,’ says politician
Novak Djokovic’s participation in the US Open 2022 is still shrouded in mystery. The former world number 1 is regularly engaged in the last Grand Slam of the season and is in the seed list (unlike Alexander Zverev), but the rules at the border have not been changed for the moment.
Knowing that the draw will take place on Thursday August 25, it is difficult to envisage a regulatory change on this date. The Serbian phenomenon paid dearly for his choice not to vaccinate against the Coronavirus, having been unable to defend the title at the Australian Open at the start of the year.
In addition to suffering serious damage to his image, the 35-year-old Belgrader had to watch helplessly as Rafael Nadal triumphed at Melbourne Park. Nole ended his season by triumphing at Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career.
The ‘Djoker’ has thus equaled his idol Pete Sampras and reduced the gap which separates him from Nadal in the historic ranking of the Majors. Through her Twitter profile, Serbian politician and sociologist Vesna Pesic harshly criticized Djokovic’s position on the Covid vaccine.
Pesic slams Nole Djokovic
“Novak Djokovic is not stupid, he has no education, because he has only hit the ball since he was 6 years old. It is not a sin, he succeeded. I have no chance to fight them either,” Pesic tweeted.
This was basically a response to someone commenting on his previous tweet, where she claimed that she herself was a fan of the 21-time Grand Slam champion before wondering when he would protect his body from the vaccine now that he is 35 years old.
“As a well-known Djokovic fan, I wonder when he will protect his body from the vaccine at the age of 35? And those millions of people who got the vaccine and their bodies froze to death, he really doesn’t care. the brain is not very good.
It seems those pyramids in Bosnia didn’t help him,” Pesic wrote. As the US Open finally considers the possibility of changing its vaccination rules, the matter that first broke during the Australian Open earlier this year has been revived.
However, the intensity is much higher than before as the conflict of interest has taken the form of full-fledged verbal wars. Speaking of Navratilova, she recently got embroiled in an argument with a fan on Twitter while denouncing Djokovic’s stance.
After blocking the Djokovic fan, Martina wrote: “I have been defending Novak for a long time. Completely disagree on his Covid stance”.