IMPOSSIBLE and humiliated inside a rundown refugee detention hotel, Novak Djokovic is paying the price for his anti-vax views.
Number 1 of the World Tennis players are being guarded at a makeshift center where asylum seekers say they have been served food with maggots.
One in 33 immigration detainees at the Park Hotel in Melbourne, the 34-year-old man will only be allowed out under escort.
It was an incredible experience for a man whose genius on the field was compared to his singularity.
With a record 20 Grand Slam titles and believed to be worth $220 million, By Djokovic the will to triumph over the few is infused with new age-oriented beliefs.
He hires a spiritual guru, believes you can talk to water and treats the tree as a friend.
Many believe that his current situation is of his own making because he refuses to provide proof that he is exempt from the Covid vaccination.
Nicknamed Nole – and now “Novax” – Djokovic is probably the best anti-vaxxer player in the world.
In 2020, he said, “I’m personally opposed to vaccination and I don’t want to be forced to get vaccinated to be able to travel.”
With typical Australian frankness, one Twitter user posted: “Just get vaccinated, ya knob.”
Sydney Morning Herald columnist Peter FitzSimons wrote: “When they host the D**khead World Games, he’ll be my pick for gold-medal winner.”
Djokovic now has to wait until at least Monday for the court to decide if he can stay and defend Australian Open title he won last year – and a record ninth.
It was an amazing change for the star who suffered from the Nato bombs that fell on his native Serbia.
Married to teenage sweetheart Jelena, 35, with whom he has son Stefan, seven, and daughter Tara, four, he often has quirky views.
In a 2018 interview with Shortlist magazine, he said, “I believe it’s our mission to achieve greater frequency through self-care by discovering and respecting avatars. , our bodies and by doing so, raise the vibrations of the planet. ”
It is said that he was a frequent visitor to the “Bosnia pyramids” near Sarajevo, which some believe radiate a mystical energy.
Although in 2006, the European Association of Archaeologists wrote an open letter to the Bosnian government denouncing the pyramids as a “cruel hoax to an unsuspecting public”.
He will also break up Wimbledon visit by trips to the nearby Buddhapadipa Temple for lakeside meditation.
Then there were his comments on how he visited Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens to celebrate his victory at the Aussie Open.
In 2019, he explained: “I have a friend there, a Brazilian fig tree, that I love to climb and I like to socialize with, which is probably what I like to do.”
A vegetarian, he stopped eating gluten in 2010 after being diagnosed with an allergy after clutching a piece of bread to his stomach.
I have a friend, a Brazilian fig tree, I like to climb and I like to socialize, that is probably
My favorite thing to do.
Nutritionist Dr Igor Cetojevic asked him to straighten his right arm while placing his left hand on his stomach.
When Djokovic repeated this move a second time with a slice of bread on top of him, he noticed his outstretched arm getting weaker.
In 2016, he began working with former Spanish tennis player and spiritual expert Pepe Imaz, who leveraged the benefits of tree hugging and established “peace and love” gestures. accompanying Djokovic’s victory.
Last year, he participated in an Instagram live chat with svengali Chervin Jafarieh about health, where the two discussed how “the power of prayer” can make food and water work. toxic” becomes healthier.
Djokovic told his followers: “I’ve seen people and I know some people that, through that transformation of energy, through the power of prayer, through the power of heart. thankfully, they can turn the most toxic food or the most contaminated water into the most healing water.
“Because water reacts and scientists have shown that the molecules in water respond to our emotions, to what is being said.”
Wife Jelena, a former model and business studies graduate, shared a conspiracy theory online.
In April 2020, Instagram posted a “misinformation” tag on her stories after she shared a video about 5G causes coronavirus.
She later clarified her position, saying that she did not claim the theory “is true or not true”.
Their marriage has been the target of gossip for years.
Don’t laugh, Joker
DJOKOVIC is the most hated man in the world for Australians right now.
Social media erupted with a unanimous message: “Damn, Joker! Who do you think You Are?”
Australians hate show off and people who believe themselves to be superior to the usual pompous people.
The people of Melbourne, home of the Australian Open, have lived through the world’s longest Covid lockdown – more than 260 days last year.
Like you in the UK, they know what it’s like to play by the rules.
Ninety-two per cent of Australians are double stoned – and in yesterday’s straw polls, 92 per cent of respondents claimed the Joker should be banned from the tournament and sent home.
But in the midst of the shouting, a growing thought emerged that maybe this confusing situation wasn’t entirely his creation.
Why was he granted a visa?
By holding the visa, he has no right to come?
Many suspect that he may have been the victim of an embarrassing mess between state and federal governments.
But if he just took a picture of himself, he’d be greeted at the airport with an Aussie smile and “G’day, mate, welcome back and good luck.”
- Mark Day is a broadcaster, author and former editor of The Australian.
BBC commentator John McEnroe put their relationship under the spotlight in 2017 when he speculated that Djokovic’s poor form could be due to “some out-of-court issue with the family”.
During the couple’s courtship in 2011, it was reported that Djokovic was texting the Serbian pop star Natasha Bekvalac.
He is also said to have a “romantic relationship” with DJ Lady Lee, real name Lidija Popovic, with whom he previously dated.
Djokovic and Jelena were rumored to be split in 2019 when she did not attend any of his matches at Wimbledon.
And last year’s Serbian model Natalija Scekic claims she was offered more than £50,000 to trick tennis players into sleeping with her on camera.
She was offended by the offer and said she had left the meeting.
Djokovic has repeatedly denied allegations of cheating on his wife and said last year: “I understand that people read Nole and Jelena are getting divorced more interestingly than Nole and Jelena are in love.
“But it doesn’t affect Jelena and me because we love each other.” Djokovic’s detention has now become an international controversy.
President of Serbia Alexander Vucic described it as a “political witch hunt”.
But often a diplomatic opponent Rafael Nadal, 35 years old, “I believe what the medical savvy say, and if those people say we need to get vaccinated, we need to get vaccinated,” said.
“I went through Covid. I have been vaccinated twice. If you do this, you shouldn’t have any problems playing here. The world, in my view, is already suffering enough to disobey the rules. ”
But alone in his humble hotel room – when he should be training for a 21st Grand Slam world record – Novax inability to have a change of heart.
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