Former Slovenian tennis player Blaz Kavcic believes world No. 1 Novak Djokovic absolutely deserved much better treatment than the one he received in Australia.
Shortly after arriving in Australia, Djokovic’s visa was canceled and authorities detained him in an unsanitary facility. Djokovic appealed and obtained from the Australian justice the reinstatement of his visa, but the Australian Immigration Minister, Alex Hawke, had decided to fight the athlete.
He exercised his discretionary power to cancel the visa of the world number 1 again, before expelling him from the country. “Why did they let some people into Australia and change the rules just for him? You be the judge, but they should never, ever put him in a seedy hotel, take his phone and threaten to deny him access to the territory for the next two years.
It’s unacceptable,” Kavcic said, according to Marko Hrastar. In an interview with Djokovic with Serbian state broadcaster RTS, the tennis champion said that when it comes to Australia, he would rather think of all the good memories he had in Melbourne. Park.
“I will always remember all the good things that happened to me in Melbourne. I had a lot of good times there on a professional and personal level. Despite everything, I have a great connection with Australia.”
The results I got in Melbourne really show how I can feel going there,” Djokovic said. “Everything that happened this year was totally unexpected.
It will be difficult to forget, but I wish to return to Australia in the future and be able to play at Rod Laver Arena again,” he continued. For the Serb, it was difficult to watch the Australian Open this year, and he hopes to have another great opportunity to win this great tournament.
Nikola Pilic spoke about Djokovic
Nikola Pilic was Novak Djokovic’s coach when the latter was only 12 years old. Pilic said that the Serb is not only one of the greatest tennis players of all time, but also the undisputed GOAT.
“I don’t understand why I can’t speak normally. I am united with Novak Djokovic and wish him all the best. For me, and without being subjective, he is the best player of all time.
Je dois dire un plus que Srdjan et moi avons toujours I thought qu’il serait un grand champion”, to dit Pilic. “Il l’était, il l’est resté, mais le most important, c’est qu’il est aussi a great man.
Srdjan and Dijana Djokovic treated my wife and me like part of their family. I want to say one thing… When you are 80 years old, the emotions become even bigger,” Pilic continued. .
One more sentence: you can be proud that there is someone like Novak Djokovic in this country.”