Sydney, Australia – Tennis fans are worried: world n.1 Novak Djokovic might soon run of ideas to make his persona even more detested in the circuit and beyond.
“He has always been an increadible source of bad ideas. Pretending to be injured while losing, breaking rackets, hitting line umpires with fastballs” claims Georgina Sblinga, president of the Australian Djokovic Fan Club “and now this idea of coming to the Australian Open without a vaccine. But this sounds like an extreme. Should he be like going around the court kicking a dog now?”
Mr. Djokovic’s most extreme stunt came in 2020 here in Australia, when he took a medical break at the fifth set of the final against Dominic Thiem without even pretending to be injured.
The Australian Djokovic Fan Club has a total three members with Mrs. Sblinga being the only one with a clean record. The three members are discussing whether to protest in front of the ATP offices in Melbourne, in order to prevent the start of the Australian Open if Mr. Djokovic is not granted a free green-pass.