Djokovic's father says his son may not end up playing in the Australian Open

Shubham Singh
29 Nov 2021
18:31
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Djokovic's father says his son may not end up playing in the Australian Open

Novak Djokovic’s father Srdjan said that his son will not play in the Australian Open due to the vaccination saga. Australian Open director Mark Tilley announced that unvaccinated staff and players will not be allowed to participate in the tournament. Srdjan termed this condition “blackmail” and claimed that it hurts his son’s privacy. Suffice to say, Djokovic may not end up defending his title. 

Under these blackmails and conditions, he probably won't play I wouldn't do that. And he's my son, so you decide for yourself. As far as vaccines and non-vaccines are concerned, it is the personal right of each of us whether we will be vaccinated or not.

Srdjan Djokovic, Novak Djokovic’s father

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