Monday hearing Novak Djokovic vs. Australia is scheduled to start at 10am local time.
BREAKING: Father of Novak Djokovic, Srdjan Djokovic tells our Founder and White House Correspondent Ksenija Pavlovic Mcateer that “there will be a press conference at NOON.”
By that time, “we will know everything”, Novak’s father announced.
To access a livestream of the hearing watch down below.
LIVE STREAM Outside the court:
Today, UK’s Health Minister Sajid Javid attacked tennis world champion in Daily Mail.
MP Andrew Bridgen, Chair of All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Serbia in the UK Parliament issued a statement on Twitter.
“It’s disappointing that @SajidJavid is intervening in a dispute between a Serbian national @DjokerNole and the Australian Gov. We don’t impose vaccine mandates on UK or foreign nationals. Attacking a tennis world champion is not who we are as a freedom loving nation.”
While you are awaiting the outcome of the hearing Novak Djokovic vs. Australia read the exclusive interview father of Novak Djokovic gave for The Pavlovic Today.
“They are keeping Novak in prison while they are having full mouths of democracy, justice, and speeches about the western liberal world order. Shame on them! They killed the liberal world. They’ve turned it into nothing but a dead letter on the paper,” father of Novak Djokovic says .
NEED TO KNOW
- The Australian government said that “Novak is not in captivity and can leave at any time,” but the information that Karen Andrews, Home Affairs Minister, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison have omitted is that this would immediately bring a ban into effect that would prevent Novak from entering Australia for three years. That would effectively mean that he would not be able to compete in any future Australian Open, a tournament he’s won nine times.
- The cost of the trial is half million dollars.
Wife of Novak Djokovic, Jelena, posted on Instagram the message of support for her husband.