Serbian tennis superstar Novak Djokovic visited the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun over the weekend in Visoko. Djokovic, a 20-time Grand Slam champion, goes to Visoko whenever he finds time as that’s the place where he likes to go to recharge his batteries.
Djokovic had a bit of a difficult week as he withdrew from the Indian Wells Masters and Miami Masters at the last minute.
Djokovic, who remains unvaccinated against COVID-19, was denied entry into the United States due to his vaccination status. “While I was automatically listed in the @BNPPARIBASOPEN and @MiamiOpen draw I knew it would be unlikely I’d be able to travel.
The CDC has confirmed that regulations won’t be changing so I won't be able to play in the US. Good luck to those playing in these great tournaments," Djokovic wrote on Twitter.
Djokovic has a good relationship with Semir Osmanagic
Osmanagic, the founder of the “Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” foundation, defended Djokovic during the Australia visa debacle.
Back in January, Osmanagic called Djokovic a “symbol of freedom” and said it’s just matter of time people realize the Serb’s values were the true values. “All these politicians want to make a name for themselves through Novak.
For two years they harassed the population with draconian measures, abolished all human rights and freedoms, and then decided to present Djokovic as the main culprit for everything. Typical propaganda on how to divert attention from the main culprit.
He is not anymore only the best tennis player of all time, the best athlete in Serbia, the Balkans, Europe of all time, he uses his fame to propagate ideas that are global.The concept of a healthy living, the concept of a different future.
People see him as a symbol of freedom. Everyone will realize that the values he represents should be values of all of us. Australia has made Novak a symbol of freedom," Osmanagic said.