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By joining the controversial tournament: Tennis star attacked in COVID-19

By joining the controversial tournament: Tennis star attacked in COVID-19

Novak Djokovic hosted an exhibition tennis tournament in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. This was the first tennis tournament after the coronation. The idea was that there would be a large gathering. Criticism began with such an arrangement during the Corona epidemic. Although Djokovic pointed a finger at critics, he said, “The situation in Serbia and its environs is better than in the United States or the United Kingdom, so there is no problem in public gatherings.”

The predictions of this famous star of the Joker have been proved wrong. Several tennis players, including Gregor Dimitrov, have been attacked by Corona for taking part in the competition.

Last week, Djokovic organized a competition called ‘Adria Tour’ with first-line stars like Gregor Dimitrov, Alexander Zerev, and Dominic Thiem. Many spectators took part in this tournament in Belgrade. Where wearing masks and maintaining social distance are rarely seen.

The final was to be held in Zadar, Croatia. The Joker and Rashi’s Andrei Rublev were due to face off in the title match, but the Bulgarian Dimitrov was attacked before the final.

Djokovic’s coach Goran Ivanisevic, who was attacked by Dimitrov, also known as Baby Federer, said the final round of the competition was being canceled.

Another player who took part in the tournament, Borna Kirich, said he also suffered from the corona. The Croatian young tennis player called on everyone who came in contact with him to test him. Djokovic’s fitness coach Marco Panichiro was also identified after the news of the tennis player’s attack came to light.

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