Did Djokovic’s Arrogance Lead To His Deportation?

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Serbian tennis legend Novak Djokovic had his Australian adventure formally come to a dispiriting end this week. Before he even had the chance to set foot on the colourful courts of Melbourne Park, the Djoker was ordered to be deported, depriving him of the chance to win a record-breaking men’s 21st grand slam.

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Culture, style, politics | Opinions my own but not set in stone | Wide awake | London, UK | witch/queen | @thetinkpanther

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