Grand Slam Novak Djokovic Saga: Australia Returns Serb

Are you happy Novak is NOT playing the AO

  • No

    Votes: 61 27.2%
  • Yes

    Votes: 124 55.4%
  • Such is Life

    Votes: 39 17.4%

  • Total voters
    224

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Wosh

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Note: This is not a thread to air your views on left/right politics, vaccination mandates or conspiracies, this is a thread to discuss Djokovic and the Australian Open saga only. Humour is accepted and encouraged :D Abuse is not.
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Green Hammer

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Anyone read this? What a f@@ mess!

Filip Serdarusic, Croatian tennis coach and brother of tennis player Nino Serdarusic, told Serbian site Sport Klubhe only had to leave Australia after being granted a medical exemption due to Novak Djokovic’s situation.

He said Australian authorities were playing politics with Djokovic at the expense of others.

Serdarusic, who arrived in Australia on the same medical exemption as the world No.1, told Sport Klub journalist Sasa Ozmo that on the day Djokovic arrived, Australian immigration authorities called him at 10pm and asked him to attend an interview the following day.

“There was an opportunity to enter with an exemption. I am not vaccinated and I had coronavirus in October,” he said.
 

Toump Ass

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What's the point of that statement?

My point was that 90% of the vaxxed majority who welcome the decision aren't a public menace, and the 10% who aren't vaxxed are likely to be incentivized by this decision to continue being disruptive to the community and ergo I don't agree that the minister needs to act in the favour of people like me who are very much pro-vax.

In other words, it is in fact stirring up "anti-vax sentiment" which is a little bit hypocritical in my eyes as that is the reason he is ostensibly not welcome in the country.
 

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My point was that 90% of the vaxxed majority who welcome the decision aren't a public menace, and the 10% who aren't vaxxed are likely to be incentivized by this decision to continue being disruptive to the community and ergo I don't agree that the minister needs to act in the favour of people like me who are very much pro-vax.

In other words, it is in fact stirring up "anti-vax sentiment" which is a little bit hypocritical in my eyes as that is the reason he is ostensibly not welcome in the country.

You say -“ are likely to be incentivized by this decision to continue being disruptive “

How ?

See at. 1.15 mark

 

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Also one from Sydney, one from Adelaide, one from Melbourne. Going to be a busy live stream dashboard with all those separate cameras.
 

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No one can complain it’s not going to be a fair hearing no matter which way it goes.
I will say though if he gets off goes on to win it would be the most remarkable GS wins of all time. Shithouse prep
 

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My point was that 90% of the vaxxed majority who welcome the decision aren't a public menace, and the 10% who aren't vaxxed are likely to be incentivized by this decision to continue being disruptive to the community and ergo I don't agree that the minister needs to act in the favour of people like me who are very much pro-vax.

In other words, it is in fact stirring up "anti-vax sentiment" which is a little bit hypocritical in my eyes as that is the reason he is ostensibly not welcome in the country.
Yes I agree the argument used was unnecessary ,he should of went the not vaxed at all route imo