Andy Murray just roasted Nigel Farage over his trip to visit Djokovic’s family

1/10/2022 2:46:00 PM

Andy Murray just roasted Nigel Farage over his trip to visit Djokovic’s family

Andy Murray just roasted Nigel Farage over his trip to visit Djokovic’s family

Andy Murray savagely (and hilariously) ripping into Nigel Farage certainly wasn’t on our 2022 bingo card - but ten days into the year, here we are.

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Farage is trying to pivot to be anti Covid measures in order to keep his followers interested in what he has to say. He's more scared of people being ambivalent to his opinions than he is of being a hypocrite.

Djokovic drama 'really bad', says MurrayAndy Murray says he is dismayed at Novak Djokovic's struggle to gain entry to Australia, saying it is 'really not good for tennis at all'. Too many highly privileged sportsmen appear to be antivaxx Prima Donnas. Australia has been a salutary moment. I enjoy the thought of the rabid COVID cowards skimming through the story in the hope that Murray gets involved with their psychopathic persecution of a man choosing his own medical treatments. I guess lots more dogs will be punched after that disappointment. ‘Not good for tennis’? Oh dear, how sad, never mind.

Djokovic drama 'really bad', says MurrayAndy Murray says he is dismayed at Novak Djokovic's struggle to gain entry to Australia, saying it is 'really not good for tennis at all'. Too many highly privileged sportsmen appear to be antivaxx Prima Donnas. Australia has been a salutary moment. I enjoy the thought of the rabid COVID cowards skimming through the story in the hope that Murray gets involved with their psychopathic persecution of a man choosing his own medical treatments. I guess lots more dogs will be punched after that disappointment. ‘Not good for tennis’? Oh dear, how sad, never mind.

Novak Djokovic allowed to leave Australian detention for court hearingThe hearing has been affected by technical issues but Djokovic’s counsel has begun arguing his case 'Novak currently finds himself stuck inside Melbourne’s Park Hotel, waiting for the well lubricated (and often inebriated) cogs of the Australian justice system to turn and decide his immigration centred fate.' to read in full! Taking care of my debts and giving my family the best financially is what I have long waited for, TarellaCampbel thank you for helping me gain financial success. Very unwise for this Djokovich to find himself in a very unsportsman situation, leaves dark undertones.

The Djokovic story proves just what we're getting wrong about the unvaccinated💉 'Rising anger on either side of the jab divide just pushes both further to the fringes - and this Djokovic-Australia stalemate is only a sign of more to come' | Writes charlottelytton charlottelytton get him out charlottelytton He is 100% correct. Pitting vaccinated vs unvaccinated is morally wrong. World should return to when we didnt ask people their medical status. charlottelytton

Novak Djokovic: Police swarm office of tennis star's lawyerPolice have descended on the offices of Novak Djokovic's legal team in Australia, hours after a judge ruled the tennis star can remain in the country and border guards were wrong to rip up his visa. Is NoVax DjokNoVax the most hated man in tennis since John Lloyd started dating Chris Evert ? LockHimUp Does this mean everyone who has relatives and family in Australia who have been refused entry because of Covid can now visit loved ones,or is this just for tennis players and vips,it seems one rule for them which is absolutely disgusting.

to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter It seems Farage has gotten friendly with the Djokovic family as he posted a clip on where he was being shown Djokovic’s trophy room with the tennis star’s brother Djordje.if he had wanted to.if he had wanted to.Mikel Arteta questions Arsenal’s desire after FA Cup exit at Nottingham Forest But Australia’s Home Affairs Department filed court documents in which it stated “there is no such thing as an assurance of entry by a non-citizen into Australia” and noted that the Minister has the power to cancel Djokovic’s visa a second time if the court rules in his favour.

“This is pretty amazing,” Farage can be heard saying before greeting other people in the room. But Andy Murray wasn’t going to let this slide without pointing out the massive irony of it all and in response cheekily wrote: “Please record the awkward moment when you tell them you’ve spent most of your career campaigning to have people from Eastern Europe deported,” with a winky face emoji. While foreigners can fly in to Australia on a visa applied for online, they must still clear immigration customs on arrival at the airport. It’s fair to say people on Twitter loved Murray’s grand slam dunking on Farage - and added some tennis puns for good measure to demonstrate this. Djokovic - who has said he is opposed to vaccination - was initially given a medical exemption to play in the Australian Open, prompting an outcry from many who have been living under strict Covid rules in the country. Murray also seemed to get his mother’s approval as Judy Murray retweeted her son’s tweet with a mouth covering emoji. When the 34-year-old arrived in Melbourne, Australia's federal government cancelled his visa. Safe to say Farage wasn’t very amused at Murray’s zinger.

The former Brexit Party leader said the tennis star is “filled with prejudice” and told him to “concentrate on the tennis” and “crack a smile every now and again. The lawyers say this was confirmed by a PCR test on 16 December but the Australian government insists only residents qualify for this exemption. The lawyers say this was confirmed by a PCR test on 16 December but the Australian government insists only residents qualify for this exemption.” “Dear Andy, you clearly don’t understand politics or the Brexit campaign but are filled with prejudice. Concentrate on the tennis and, a word of advice, crack a smile every now and again,” with a smiley face emoji. While he awaits a final decision, Djokovic's lawyers have asked he be moved from the immigration detention hotel where he is being held to "a more suitable place of detention" that would allow him to train before the Australian Open. That shot failed to clear the net if you ask us - and others agreed too.. Speaking on Djokovic’s situation, Murray previously said as quoted by Australian newspaper : “I think everyone is shocked by it to be honest.

” “I’m going to say two things on it just now. The first thing is that I hope that Novak is OK. I know him well, and I’ve always had a good relationship with him and I hope that he’s OK. “It’s really not good for tennis at all, and I don’t think it’s good for anyone involved,” he added. Murray is set to play Viktor Durasovic tomorrow in the Sydney Tennis Classic after being given a wildcard to play in the event.

The 34-year-old is also a wildcard in the Australian Open which begins on 17 January. More About: .