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    Djokovic tests positive for Covid 19

    Having critisised other countries for making playing too restrictive, Djokovic organised his own tournament and has ended up with the virus along with three others who took part.


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    He's an arrogant sort but that's what makes him stay number one I suppose.
    I hope that he's OK.

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    He’s always been a prick but this episode makes him look like an idiot as well.

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    He’s always been a prick but this episode makes him look like an idiot as well.
    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim44 View Post
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    Having critisised other countries for making playing too restrictive, Djokovic organised his own tournament and has ended up with the virus along with three others who took part.
    Apparently he has a TUE for Coronavirus.

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    I don't think it's just Djokovic to blame here.

    Croatia have relaxed many social distancing measures so their government have questions to answer for the tournament being allowed in the first place, plus the players who decided to play, did so willingly - they weren't forced to play in the event.
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    I don't think it's just Djokovic to blame here.

    Croatia have relaxed many social distancing measures so their government have questions to answer for the tournament being allowed in the first place, plus the players who decided to play, did so willingly - they weren't forced to play in the event.
    His coach has now tested positive too:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/worl...ost_type=share

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    Given how 'healthy' Djok is im sure he'll be fine.

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    Given how 'healthy' Djok is im sure he'll be fine.

    Maybe never get back to peak fitness if he has any lasting after effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Exile View Post
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    Given how 'healthy' Djok is im sure he'll be fine.
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    Maybe never get back to peak fitness if he has any lasting after effects.

    perhaps his wonderful ‘gluten free diet’ will see him through



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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    perhaps his wonderful ‘gluten free diet’ will see him through


    Exactly, that good old gluten free diet that literally overnight turned him from spewing, exhausted, unable to get through 3 or 4 sets Tennis player, to 17 time grand slam winner

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    From the recent fans' Q&A on Instagram featuring Djokovic and Andy Murray:

    Q: What is the first thing you do when you wake up?

    Djokovic: "Gratitude and prayer. A couple of deep breaths, hugging my wife and running to my children."

    Murray: "I go for a pee."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Exile View Post
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    Exactly, that good old gluten free diet that literally overnight turned him from spewing, exhausted, unable to get through 3 or 4 sets Tennis player, to 17 time grand slam winner

    that’s the very one

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