Novak Djokovic’s mother claims that her son is being treated “like a prisoner” in a detention facility while waiting for a response to his visa application.
The appeal of Novak Djokovic to enter Australia and compete in the Australian Open has been postponed until 10 a.m. local time on Monday. Srdjan Djokovic, the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s father, has accused Australian authorities of holding him “captive.”
Djina Djokovic, the 34-year-mother, old’s has publicly expressed her displeasure with her son’s living circumstances, calling it “awful.”
“I chatted with him a few hours ago, and he was kind; we didn’t talk for long, but we did speak for a few minutes.
“What can I say as a mother? You can understand how I feel; I’ve been feeling bad since yesterday, for the past 24 hours. “It’s not fair, and it’s not human, that he’s being held like a prisoner. I’m hoping he’ll stay strong, since we’re trying to give him some energy so he can keep going. I’m hoping he wins.’
Djokovic will not receive preferential treatment, according to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, but Srdjan claims his son’s suspension is politically motivated.
He told reporters in Belgrade on Thursday, “They’re holding him in captive.” “They’re trampling on Novak in order to stomp on Serbia and Serbians.”
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