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Djokovic Breaks Silence On Vaccine: ‘I’m Not Anti-Vax, I’m Pro Freedom’

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Tennis legend Novak Djokovic discussed his stance on vaccination, emphasizing his support for freedom of choice rather than being anti-vaccine.

He faced deportation from Australia and was unable to compete in the US Open due to his unvaccinated status.

Despite the controversy, he returned to the Australian Open in 2023, expressing gratitude for the positive reception. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

“I was basically declared as a villain of the world,” Djokovic said.

“Most of the world was against me.”

“I had that kind of experience on the tennis court with with crowds that were not maybe cheering me on, but I never had this particular experience before in my life.”

“It was not up to me to read anybody. I got the exemption; I got the permission to come into the country,” he said.

“I’m not anti-vax, no… I’m pro freedom to choose.”

Djokovic also highlighted his philanthropy and support for lower-ranked players, aiming to alleviate their financial struggles.

His immense popularity in Serbia and speculations about his future beyond tennis were also mentioned.

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