Novak Djokovic to COME CLEAN in next ‘7 to 10 days’

Novak Djokovic stated on Thursday that he plans to give his “version” of what happened during the incident that led to his deportation in the days leading up to the Australian Open.
Because of his Covid-19 vaccination status, the world number one’s visa was revoked last month, just ahead of the season-opening Grand Slam, and he has kept a low profile since returning to Serbia, making only a few brief appearances.

Novak Djokovic pleaded for patience

“I plead for patience and in the next seven to ten days I will speak to the media more thoroughly about my version of the story,” said Djokovic during a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade.
The 34-year-old offered no other details on his future plans, while he thanked Vucic and his Serbian fans for their support during the ordeal.
Novak Djokovic was unable to challenge for a 21st Grand Slam singles title, which was won over the weekend by his rival Rafael Nadal, who is now the most decorated player in tennis history.
The Serb, however, remained world number one in the rankings released earlier this week and extended his record-breaking run in the top spot to 358 weeks.

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