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Serbian president says Australia 'humiliated themselves' with court ruling | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Aleksandar Vucic, Australia

Serbian president says Australia 'humiliated themselves' with court ruling | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic lashed out at Australia n authorities Sunday morning, hours after a federal court paved the way for the deportation of Novak Djokovic on the eve of the Australia n Open over his vaccine status.

Vucic has remained steadfast in his support for Djokovic throughout the drama, calling the earlier detention of the unvaccinated tennis star a “political witch hunt”.“I spoke earlier to Novak Djokovic after the decision and I encouraged him. We look forward to seeing him return to his country, where he is always welcome,” the president added.

Earlier in Australia, Djokovic said he was “extremely disappointed” by the federal court’s ruling that upheld the government’s right to rip up his visa over fears he is stoking anti-vaccine sentiment and dashed his dream of a record 21st Grand SlamIn Serbia, the ruling stoked outrage among Djokovic’s fans.

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No. Djokovic humiliated himself. Australia just pointed it out.

Djokovic: Australia ‘Humiliated Themselves’ With Court Ruling, Says Serbian PresidentSerbian President Aleksandar Vucic lashed out at Australia n authorities Sunday morning, hours after a federal court paved the way for the deportation of Novak Djokovic on the eve of the Australia n Open over his vaccine status. The remarks from the Serbian President were absolutely irresponsible, Djokovic lied on his immigration forms, which is an offence and was quite rightly thrown out of Australia..Djokovic humiliated himself and Serbia. Pity Not true! Novak humiliated himself, Australia maintained national self respect.

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“They think that they have by this, this mistreatment of ten days humiliated Djokovic, but they have humiliated themselves.“They think that they have by this, this mistreatment of ten days humiliated Djokovic, but they have humiliated themselves.to protest against President Kais Saied’s July power grab.FDIs According to a report published by the NBS, the data showed an increase of 97.

Djokovic can return to his country with his head held high,” Vucic told a state media outlet. Vucic has remained steadfast in his support for Djokovic throughout the drama, calling the earlier detention of the unvaccinated tennis star a “political witch hunt”. Vucic has remained steadfast in his support for Djokovic throughout the drama, calling the earlier detention of the unvaccinated tennis star a “political witch hunt”. “I spoke earlier to Novak Djokovic after the decision and I encouraged him. Around 300 protesters gathered on Mohamed V Avenue, where some broke through a police cordon before being forced back by police with batons. We look forward to seeing him return to his country, where he is always welcome,” the president added. We look forward to seeing him return to his country, where he is always welcome,” the president added. Earlier in Australia, Djokovic said he was “extremely disappointed” by the federal court’s ruling that upheld the government’s right to rip up his visa over fears he is stoking anti-vaccine sentiment and dashed his dream of a record 21st Grand Slam In Serbia, the ruling stoked outrage among Djokovic’s fans.30 per cent ($1.

“It’s a farce … All this has nothing to do with the sport,” Nebojsa Viskovic, a journalist covering notably tennis, told AFP. “It’s a farce … All this has nothing to do with the sport,” Nebojsa Viskovic, a journalist covering notably tennis, told AFP. Some of the protesters on Friday chanted “down with the coup!”, a reference to Saied’s July 25 moves in which he sacked the government, froze parliament and seized an assortment of powers. “All the criticism about whether he was vaccinated or not doesn’t hold water.” Many other Serbs echoed the view.” Many other Serbs echoed the view. “The decision is not a surprise but is still shameful,” said Jadranka Misic, a 29-year-old sociologist from Belgrade. But for Ennahdha supporters, they are reminiscent of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s crackdown on the Islamist opposition, which left hundreds dead in 2013 and thousands imprisoned since. For tennis fan Milovan Jankovic, Australia and the tournament itself had secured little more than a Pyrrhic victory. For tennis fan Milovan Jankovic, Australia and the tournament itself had secured little more than a Pyrrhic victory.23 per cent ($107.

“It’s going to be ridiculous to hold the tournament without the defending champion and nine-time winner. “If I were Djokovic I would never set foot in Australia again,” the 57-year-old salesman added. “If I were Djokovic I would never set foot in Australia again,” the 57-year-old salesman added. Ennahdha has said the measures are politically motivated. An “extremely disappointed” Djokovic said he would comply with the unanimous ruling. In this article . AFP.