Organisers of this year’s Australian Open have warned spectators not to needle anti-vac competitor Novak Djokovic when he is on court.
”Look, people need to respect Novak and his beliefs,” said a Spokesperson for the event. ”He is a champion at the top of his game and as way know a champion sportsperson’s opinion carries a lot of weight.”
”Ticket sales are up this year you know.”
When asked why the red carpet is being rolled out for the anti-vac proponent, who only last year was deported from the country, the Spokesperson said: ”Because he’s a winner. People want to watch him and people want to be him.”
”Besides, he’s playing tennis not visiting old people’s homes.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, Novak has expressed that he’d like to try and strangle a puppy, I must be off to buy him a few.”
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