Serbian president shows support for Novak Djokovic

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stands by Novak Djokovic after speaking to the world number one and telling him that the Serbian authorities are doing everything they can to help him. Djokovic has served Melbourne Airport since landing on 3 January.

He did not leave January, and was reportedly in a room with no members of his accompanying team and no cell phone. Djokovic’s cell phone has since been returned, but he is still at the airport.

“I just called Novak Djokovic. I told Novak that all of Serbia is with him and that our authorities are taking all measures to stop the harassment of the best tennis player in the world in the shortest possible time.

In accordance with all rules of international public law, Serbia will fight for Novak Djokovic, for justice and truth. Other than that, Novak is strong as we all know him,” Vucic said in one of his Instagram posts.

Srdjan Djokovic also responded

Djokovic’s father accused the Australian authorities of “imprisoning” his son. “I have no idea what is going on,” Djokovic’s father, Srdjan, told Serbian media.

“You’ve been holding my son for five hours. If they don’t let him go after half an hour, we’ll meet on the street. It’s a fight for everyone.” Meanwhile, Australian Open director Craig Tiley insisted that Djokovic should not receive any special treatment.

Meanwhile, Australian Open director Craig Tiley insisted that Djokovic did not receive special treatment. “If they don’t meet the guidelines, and there are a lot of people who don’t, they get rejected, but if they do meet the guidelines, including for example – which many people forget – one of those conditions that was recently in the last six months they had covid,” he said. Tilly said Wednesday morning at nine.

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Everyone who meets these conditions is allowed to enter. There was no special favor. Novak was not given a special opportunity.”

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