Italian virologist attacks Novak Djokovic: "He is a sucker"



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Italian virologist attacks Novak Djokovic: "He is a sucker"

Italian doctor and virologist Roberto Burioni blatantly and severely attacked world number one and Serbian champion Novak Djokovic. Through a post on his Twitter account, Burioni posted a video of former boxing legend Muhammad Ali where he dealt with the problems of his own people.

Referring to the number one in the world of tennis Djokovic, who has always been criticized for his words and his attitude towards the vaccine, Burioni accompanied the video with the caption: "Notice the difference between a true champion and a sucker who plays well at tennis."

Novak Djokovic has been facing various criticisms in recent times and especially in the coming weeks, insiders await answers regarding Nole's decision on his participation at the Australian Open 2022. Novak Djokovic still has to communicate whether or not he had the vaccine and past statements do not seem very positive about this situation.

A response from him is essential as only those who are vaccinated for COVID-19 can go to Melbourne. We recall that these day the world no.1 is playing with his Serbian team the Davis Cup Finals 2021.

Srdjan Djokovic's words on the vaccine issue

Through an interview with the microphones on Serbian television B92 Srdjan Djokovic, father of Novak, spoke openly with the following statements: "Whether we are vaccinated or not corresponds to the personal right of each individual.

Nobody has the right to know the privacy that is guaranteed by the Constitution. Furthermore, the organizers of the Australian Open have spoken openly about my son and this is absurd. They mentioned Nole and I don't think that's right.

He obviously wants to play because he is an athlete, but none of us are happy with these conditions and indeed with these blackmails "Very harsh statements by Srdjan who are 'paired' with other words from Novak Djokovic who still seems very perplexed about the vaccine issue.

Now Nole is engaged in the Davis Cup with his Serbia where he will face Bublik's Kazakhstan this week in the match valid for the quarter-finals of the tournament.