’50 bullets in his chest,’ Srdjan Djokovic says Novak Djokovic assassination plot has ended after losing court appeal


’50 bullets in his chest,’ Srdjan Djokovic says Novak Djokovic assassination plot has ended after losing court appeal

Novak Djokovic and Srdjan Djokovic

Srdjan Djokovic, Novak Djokovic’s father is known to make controversial comments. Srdjan appeared in the headlines last week, after he made a few shocking comments when Novak Djokovic’s visa was cancelled for the first time.

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However, after seeing his visa cancelled on Friday once again, the Serbian lost the second court appeal on Sunday. Srdjan Djokovic was angered by the latest events, and suspects a plot to deny the Serbian of his record 21st major title.

Novak Djokovic will be deported back to Serbia, after he lost his latest court appeal on Sunday, and could also face a three-year ban from the country. It seems that the 34-year-old will have to get vaccinated at the earliest, if he is to compete at Grandslam events. Wimbledon and US Open are also expected to make vaccination compulsory for all the participating players, hence it remains unlikely if Djokovic will be able to play if he remains unvaccinated.

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‘See you in Paris,’ Srdjan Djokovic anticipates Serb’s comeback at French Open

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

Srdjan Djokovic, father of Novak Djokovic claimed that the plot to assassinate Novak Djokovic in terms of stopping him from winning another major has ended. The result was that Novak had to take 50 bullets to his chest, which means that he had been caught in a loop of never ending controversies and several allegations were raised against him.

The attempt to assassinate the best athlete in the world has ended. 50 bullets in Novak’s chest. See you in Paris,” Srdjan said as per reliable Twitter sources.

Novak Djokovic, who was seeded first at Australian Open 2022 will no longer be able to defend his title in Melbourne. This means that second seeded Russian, Daniil Medvedev will enter the tournament as the favorite, ahead of Alexander Zverev and Spaniard, Rafael Nadal. Andrey Rublev takes Novak Djokovic’s place in the draw in the top half, whereas, Gael Monfils replaces Rublev.

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