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“Novak Djokovic’s blunder turned into confusion and disappointment,” says Tim Henman. – Tennis Sports

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic had to miss the first Australian Open since 2004 after being deported from Australia following a 10-day visa saga. Djokovic was detained the morning after arriving in Melbourne, and after being released, was detained again when concerns about his previously awarded medical tax exemption became apparent.

The 20 unvaccinated major winners stayed in Australia and did their best to compete in the Australian Open, but his final appeal was dismissed and he had to leave the country. It was. Novak’s future is uncertain at this point, and it is unlikely that he will change his mind and be vaccinated.

Having to wait for the final resolution of the French and British governments on the situation of unvaccinated passengers, Novak will be able to compete with Roland Garros and Wimbledon. Tim Henman understands what the series looks like for the 20 major champions at this point, but wants to see the Serbs act again.

Henman wants to avoid Novak Djokovic’s Australian scenario in the future, and it’s already clear that Roland Garros and Wimbledon organizers won’t make the same mistakes again.

Novak Djokovic had to leave Australia and miss the opening major of the season.

“Unfortunately, looking back on Djokovic’s blunder, it was confusing and very disappointing to reach the stage of staying at a quarantine hotel for four days after entering Australia and then deporting.

There was no winner. Tennis It wasn’t good for Australia and I think it wasn’t reflected well in the government. Obviously, Djokovic was unable to play the Australian Open and was disappointed by the event, fans, and Djokovic himself.

Fingers crossed that in the future there would be no need to witness such a thing. For me, the question marks to move forward are: What will Djokovic do next? If he hadn’t been double vaccinated, it would be difficult for him to advance his professional career-he seems to be very limited in the countries he can enter.

I am very interested in what he will do next and would like to emphasize that it is his privilege. Whether an individual wants to be vaccinated is a personal decision. Still, as a tennis fan, seeing what Djokovic has achieved, I am very much hoping to see him return to the competition soon. ”

– Tennis Sports

“Novak Djokovic’s blunder turned into confusion and disappointment,” says Tim Henman.

https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Novak_Djokovic/108290/-novak-djokovic-fiasco-turned-into-chaos-and-disappointment-says-tim-henman/ “Novak Djokovic’s blunder turned into confusion and disappointment,” says Tim Henman.

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