Novak Djokovic Admits To Breaking Quarantine After He Tested Positive For COVID-19 Ahead Of His Arrival In Australia

January 12, 2022 / Posted by:

Lumbering mouth-breather Novak Djokovic is apparently much better at tennis than he is at lying. So good at tennis in fact, that an Australian judge decided to reinstate his visa on Monday, allowing him to move forward with his training as he prepares to compete in the Australian Open, even as his house of lies continues to crumble at his feet. Novak’s visa was initially revoked upon arrival in Australia last week when it was discovered that the paperwork he submitted, a “‘medical exemption from COVID vaccination’ on the grounds that he had recently recovered from COVID,” was invalid. According to CNN, Novak had tested positive in December shortly before his arrival, but instead of isolating himself, he decided to go out into the world and share his gift with as many people as possible. But real sneaky like. It’s now been discovered that Novak also submitted a false travel document which stated he had not traveled in the 14 days prior to his arrival in Australia even though there are photos of him playing Jolly Old Saint Omicron in both Serbia and Spain during that period. The Australian government hasn’t had to deal with an asshole this prolific since accused bed-shitter Boo the Yorkie was brought into the country illegally.

This is the second time (that we know of) that Novak has contracted COVID-19. I don’t know about you, but if I’m given the choice between getting the vaccine and causing an international incident that will probably one day get turned into a prestigious film starring Christian Bale doing an unflattering portrayal of me, I’m getting the jab every time. But I guess Novak is still doing his own research. In a statement issued today, Novaxx Novak admitted that mistakes were made, just not by him. He only copped to having a wee little “error of judgment” after it was discovered that he had participated in an interview and photoshoot with French sports magazine L’Equipe in Belgrade, Serbia two days after finding out he was positive for COVID-19. CNN reports:

Tennis star Novak Djokovic on Wednesday admitted he did not immediately isolate after testing positive for Covid-19 last month — but denied knowing he had the virus when attending public events.

After news of his positive result emerged, Djokovic received widespread criticism for photographs showing him at these various events — often unmasked and around children.

In a statement published to social media, he also apologized for an apparently false travel declaration, saying it had been submitted on his behalf by a member of his support staff in “human error.”

Djokovic added that he had made an “error of judgment” in doing a media interview and photo shoot with a French sports newspaper after he had tested positive.

The journalist and photographer working for L’Equipe were not told Djokovic was Covid-positive before, during or after the interview with the tennis star in Belgrade, the French sports newspaper reported Wednesday.

CNN reports that not only did Novak do the interview knowing full well he was positive, but he also took his mask off to pose for the pictures, giving the photographer an opportunity to get an action shot of his cooties as they sprayed their way across the room.

“We were being safe, facing each other at a distance of nearly one meter, sitting on opposite sides of a long rectangular table. When Etienne asked him to remove his mask for five minutes during the interview, Djokovic refused.

“Then the photo session took place. Obviously, the Serbian champion removed his mask. We did not want him to pose with his face half-covered.

“Then he followed the instructions of Etienne, who was masked. He held the trophy at arm’s length, moving from one position to another, smiling or grinning to show that he had won. He also shouted to make it even more genuine.”

The article was published just hours before Djokovic apologized for keeping the interview appointment despite being aware of his positive PCR diagnosis from a test done two days earlier.

We don’t know if the photographer contracted the disease, but if they did, they have this to show their therapist when they go into treatment for PTSD.

Don’t worry kids! Yes, the scary man with the sharp teeth can actually kill you with his mouth, but it’s not his fault, OK? It’s his assistant’s fault. CNN adds that even though “the judge allowed [hm] to walk free and begin training for the tournament,” he “could still face deportation, with the ABF also investigating the travel declaration discrepancy and the immigration minister still considering whether to remove him from the country.” Well, I hope they take Novak’s family into consideration, because according to his statement, he is the real victim here and all this “misinformation” is stressing them out!

CNN says that “the penalty for submitting a false travel declaration carries a maximum penalty of 12 months in prison,” so I hope he’s paying his assistants hazard pay. Here’s some leaked footage of two news anchors at Seven Network in Australia who didn’t know they were still being recorded, saying what we’re all thinking ahead of next Monday’s opener.


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