The following commentary is original to Sarasota for Vaccination Choice.
In a monumental sporting achievement, Novak Djokovic today won his 7th Wimbledon Tennis Championship and his 21st Grand Slam tournament overall.
Djokovic performed at an extraordinary level and deployed some spectacular shotmaking in defeating Australia’s Nick Kyrgios in four sets, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3).
In winning today’s Wimbledon final, Djokovic overcame not only the talented, yet mentally fragile, Kyrgios, but also the significant and ongoing burden of the de-facto travel bans imposed upon him (and millions of others) in recent months, by certain corrupt governments worldwide, including the United States and Australia, for his steadfast REFUSAL to take the dangerous and experimental so-called “covid vaccine.”
In his post-match comments, Djokovic made clear the special meaning of this hard-won victory:
“I lost words for what this tournament, for what this trophy means to me, to my team, to my family,” the 35 year-old said afterwards.
“It always has been and will be the most special tournament in my heart.”
Djokovic has now won seven of the last 11 championships at the All England Club, equalling Pete Sampras’ tally and just one short of Roger Federer’s record.
Novak Djokovic, Medical Freedom Legend
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Djokovic, stubborn covid jab “refusenik,” comes out on top
Djokovic, arguably the greatest player to ever pick up a racket and a hero in his home country of Serbia, is widely regarded as one of the hardest-working and most disciplined athletes in the world.
He has had to adjust to profound disruptions in his competition schedule as a result of the jab-related travel restrictions promoted by corrupt organizations including the U.S. CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO), that have prevented Djokovic from competing in the 2022 Australian Open, and appear likely to block him from entering the U.S. in August to compete in the 2022 U.S. Open, in New York.
The Wikipedia entry for Djokovic summarizes some of his recent travails:
In February, Djokovic gave an interview to the BBC regarding his deportation from Australia, stating he is willing to forego career records by sticking to his principles of free choice and not having the COVID-19 vaccine. In May, he admitted that the court battle and his deportation from Australia ‘took a major toll’ on him. He said: “The amount of pressure and everything that I was feeling in the first few months of the year, as much as I’ve felt pressure in my life and my career, that was something really on a whole different level”.
Djokovic entered the Dubai Championships in February, where vaccination was not required for entry. After straight-set wins against Lorenzo Musetti and Karen Khachanov, he lost in the quarterfinals to Jiří Veselý. The loss resulted in him conceding his world No. 1 ranking to Daniil Medvedev, marking the first time a man outside the Big Four was ranked singles world No. 1 since Andy Roddick in February 2004. Djokovic withdrew from both the Indian Wells Masters and the Miami Open, due to the United States forbidding unvaccinated foreign travellers. Despite being unable to play, Djokovic regained the world No. 1 ranking after Medvedev’s third-round defeat at Indian Wells.
Djokovic remains publicly un-jabbed in a sports world profoundly damaged by the jab
Regrettably, the professional tennis industry — like most other global sports leagues — have been mostly enthusiastic “cheerleaders” for the universal experimental jab mandate imposed upon its touring pros, despite the fact that the covid jab appears to be the most dangerous “vaccination” in history (see this and this) and one that an increasing number of credentialed experts are declaring to be, in fact, a novel bioweapon.
There can be no doubt that the covid jab’s harmful impact has also hit the tennis tour
For example, in the fall of 2021, Jeremy Chardy — a French touring professional, winner of seven doubles titles and a member of France’s Davis Cup-winning team in 2017 — suspended his tennis season and publicly stated his regret for having received the covid jab in the summer of 2021.
As reported by Agence France-Presse (AFP), Chardy, ranked No. 73 in the world at the time, claimed he was unable to train and play:
Veteran French tennis player Jeremy Chardy will suspend his season after suffering a debilitating reaction to a Covid-19 vaccine, he told AFP on Thursday.
“Since I had my vaccine (between the Olympics and the US Open), I have had a problem, I’ve had a series of struggles. Suddenly, I cannot train, I cannot play,” said the 34-year-old.
The world number 73 explained that he felt violent pains all over his body as soon as he made any physical effort. [emphasis added]
“Now I have been to see two doctors, I have done some tests so I know what I have and the most important thing is to take care of myself,” said Chardy.
Djokovic also opposes political discrimination against athletes
Djokovic is a principled sportsman. In April, he publicly called the banning of Russian players from this year’s Wimbledon “crazy,” even though he was likely to face tougher competition if they were to be allowed to compete against him in the upcoming (just completed) tournament.
As Breitbart reported:
The world’s top-ranked male tennis player, Novak Djokovic, condemned Wimbledon organizers on Thursday for banning Russian and Belarussian players from participating in the tournament, calling the move “crazy.”
“I will always condemn war, I will never support war being myself a child of war,” Djokovic said. “I know how much emotional trauma it leaves. In Serbia, we all know what happened in 1999. In the Balkans, we have had many wars in recent history. However, I cannot support the decision of Wimbledon, I think it is crazy.”
“When politics interferes with sport, the result is not good,” Djokovic concluded.
Djokovic’s opposition to banning Russian athletes from Wimbledon is particularly notable given that he would likely personally benefit from such a decision.
Djokovic’s victory today is a WIN for Health Freedom!
Rafael Nadal, who has been publicly “pro-jab” — and who has arguably benefited from Djokovic’s absence from major tournaments due to the covid travel barriers in recent months — had to retire from this year’s Wimbledon tournament before his semifinal match, because of a torn abdominal muscle. Some have speculated that Nadal’s injury may be jab-related, but this remains to be seen.
Sarasota for Vaccination Choice extends our heartfelt congratulations to Novak Djokovic!
In sum, we view Novak as a stubborn “everyman” stand-in for ALL THE PEOPLE around the world who have suffered terribly under the harmful boot of needless, tyrannical, and unlawful “covid” restrictions.
We hope that Novak wins many more Grand Slams, and continues to stand strong for health freedom!
We pray that we can all overcome this monstrously destructive tyranny, together.
For some of our previous reports about Novak Djokovic, see the links here.
Novak Djokovic: “The Principles of Decision-Making on My Body Are More Important Than Any Title”
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Wimbledon 2022: Novak Djokovic fends off Nick Kyrgios, moves closer to all-time Grand Slam record
A year after he won his last Grand Slam title, Novak Djokovic is finally back at the top of the podium. In a four-set match, Djokovic defeated Australia’s Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) to win Sunday at Wimbledon for his 21st career Grand Slam.
With his seventh Wimbledon crown, Djokovic moved past Roger Federer on the all-time Grand Slam list and is now one behind Rafael Nadal, who sits alone at the top with 22.
Novak Djokovic vs. Nick Kyrgios Makes for a Villainous Wimbledon Final
Djokovic remains unvaccinated, and unless the United States and Australia change their rules, Sunday’s final may be his last Grand Slam match for nearly 11 months, and he does not expect it to be easy. [emphasis added]
Novak Djokovic is facing a ban from the US Open
World No 1 Novak Djokovic is reportedly set to be excluded from this year’s US Open amid his ongoing opposition to taking the Covid-19 vaccine.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion was booted out of Australia a day before the tournament at Melbourne Park began in January this year, after immigration minister Alex Hawke used his discretionary powers to cancel his visa.
But The Telegraph claim the Serb is now set to be banned from Flushing Meadows in August and September, with no plans for the country to relax immigration rules obliging travellers to have had the vaccine.
US immigration last week dropped the requirement for all incoming passengers to return a negative Covid test before boarding an aeroplane, but maintained the need for proof of vaccination to be presented on arrival.
Djokovic meanwhile revealed in February – in his first interview since the farce in Australia – that he would refuse to play at future Grand Slams if it means he has to take a Covid vaccine.
The 35-year-old is now facing the very real prospect of missing the first major of next year too, with Australia also likely to maintain its vaccination requirements.
Nigel Farage goes off on potential US Open ban for Djokovic: ‘This is no longer about health’
Novak Djokovic could miss U.S. Open because he hasn’t received a COVID vaccine
NIGEL FARAGE: This is no longer about health. It’s about control. It’s about government deciding how you should live your life, what you should and should not do. … We all know when this virus first came into view two years ago, it was a frightening thing. We’ve now learned how to deal with it. We’ve got drugs to deal with it. And it doesn’t matter how many times you are vaccinated, you can still catch COVID. As, of course, the Fauci case this morning proves. So it’s about control. It’s about the big state. And we really must fight back much harder against this.
Djokovic withdraws from Indian Wells
INDIAN WELLS, March 9 (Reuters) – World number two Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, the tournament announced on Wednesday, in the latest setback for the player due to his refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Serb had been automatically listed in the draw for the tournament but said he knew it was unlikely that he would be able to gain entry into the United States.
“The (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has confirmed that regulations won’t be changing so I won’t be able to play in the US,” Djokovic said in a tweet.
“Good luck to those playing in these great tournaments,” he said, referring also to the Miami Open, which begins later this month.