Đoković’s father will not attend the semi-final match

The recording, in which the father of the world number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic, Sretan Djokovic, took pictures with fans supporting the Russian invasion and Vladimir Putin and, according to some media reports, exclaimed: Long live Russia! Later Servan Đuković denied this and added that he only said: Live!

As expected, the case did not remain without consequences, as many people denounced this behavior, since the organizers do not allow the Russian and Belarusian (Belarusian) flags in the Australian Open tennis tournament, they are not displayed during the matches and no one can use them in the stands.

Servan Đukovich responded to what happened in a statement: He said that he was also uncomfortable with the situation, as evidenced by his position, but he did not want to offend his son’s fans. After the announcement was made, Tennis Australia also spoke out on the matter:

– After the events of Wednesday evening, and thanks to the cooperation of the security apparatus and the police, we responded quickly and expelled those responsible for the sports complex. During the tournament, we talked to the players and their team members about the importance of not getting involved in things that could be problematic. In his announcement, Mr. Srzjan Đukovich announced that he will not participate in the semi-final match, and the announcement also states that the Russian and Belarusian flags are still on the ban list.

Novak Dukovic will play in the semi-finals of the tournament in Melbourne at 9:30 CET, where he will face American Tommy Paul for a place in the final. Stefanos Tsitsiapes of Cyprus was the first to reach the final with a 7:6, 6:4, 6:7, 6:3 victory over Russia’s Karen Khachanov.

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