Olympia: Djokovic father sour for Australian Curlerin
Novak Djokovics father Srdjan has apparently not digested the designation of his son with Australian Open. The 61-year-old has used the first opportunity and made an Australian Mixed-Curling Duo.
Tahli Gill and Dean Hewitt are currently at Olympia in Beijing. The former was positively tested on Sunday on the coronavirus and then asked to leave China immediately.
Gill and her partner had already packed the suitcases before it came to a turnaround. After a protest of the Australian Nok, she was released from the quarantine hotel. A renewed PCR test revealed that your CT value is in an acceptable range.
Then the duo won his match against Jenny Perret and Martin Rios. Srdjan Djokovic responded to the incident with incomprehension, he sees a parallel to the designation of his son earlier year.
“Australian, learns of the Chinese, how athletes are respected and valued value. Shaste thousands of times!”, He should have written according to Austrian and Swiss newspapers at Instagram.
Novak Djokovic had left Melbourne after a two-week posse after his visa had been annulated because of a lack of corona vaccination.
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