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Djokovic feted in Montenegro amid new virus test doubts

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By PREDRAG MILIC

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Supported by an entourage of skinheads.

Why does that image not surprise me?

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The caption says 'with mask', but not 'wearing' mask. No filter on the nose = meaningless gesture.

5 ( +9 / -4 )

Someone should tell him how to wear a mask.

He's dug himself a massive hole. Either he did test positive, in which case why was he going around meeting people with no mask, or he never tested positive and so lied to get himself an exemption in Australia.

I hope he's at home watching the Australian Open men's final tomorrow. A big bonus would be seeing Rafa win.

5 ( +10 / -5 )

A big bonus would be seeing Rafa win.

Hardly. A win for Rafa will have a fat asterix next to it.

-9 ( +2 / -11 )

Asterix? Who’s he representing? Gaul?

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Hardly. A win for Rafa will have a fat asterix next to it.

What, you mean like every Grand Slam winner who won during a tournament when Nadal or Federer were injured should also have an asterix (sic) next to their names? Dear lord, are we going down that route again?

I suppose you could say there's an asterix (sic) next to Nishikori's name in the 2014 USO finals because Nadal didn't compete, hey? By the way, where is your guy?

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Conflating injuries which are part of the game with personal views about vaccines? Come on.

And come in Medvedev, get the win and spare Rafa the big fat Obelix next to a 21st slam!

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 A win for Rafa will have a fat asterix next to it.

hardly ! Only in your mind

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Discrepancies in tests administered in Serbia to their superstar player? I am shocked. I cannot imagine it. Serbia is well known for its transparency, lack of corruption, honesty and integrity. They must have hired some recently unemployed Russian Olympic team testers to do this.

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