Novak Djokovic

Visa Cancellation Only Polishes Djokovic’s Martyr Image in Balkans

But, for a  post-war society, eager to prove itself on the world stage, Djokovic's meteoric success has come as a godsend. 

If this is the case, then the events of the past two weeks, no matter how embarrassing for the world's no 1 tennis player, are unlikely to have changed local hearts and minds.

Djokovic registered for the Australian Open

The first Grand Slam of the season will be played from January 17 to 30 in Melbourne.
There has been a lot of talk about whether Novak Djokovic will play in Australia, since he has not been vaccinated and unvaccinated tennis players will not be able to play in Melbourne.
Djokovic has not yet revealed whether he was vaccinated, but one can slowly guess that he did.

Novak in tears, Medvedev crushed the dream of a Calendar Slam

Djokovic's historic run at the Grand Slam comes to an end.
Unexpectedly easy, the Russian reached victory in three sets, 6: 4, 6: 4, 6: 4 after 136 minutes of play.
A huge burden was on Novak's shoulders, he couldn't stand it, it was felt in his game and he stopped at that last step in New York.