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Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena slams Racquet Magazine for sarcastic tweet

Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena continues to follow the tennis media.

Novak Djokovic, who is categorically unvaccinated, has withdrawn from the National His Bank Open in Montreal due to Canadian regulations mandating vaccination for border crossings. He will likely have to miss the U.S. Open over the United States, which has similar rules. I don't know if you're still in tournaments hoping to change the rules for him," he tweeted.

Novak Djokovic's wife, Jelena, slammed Racquet Magazine for a snarky tweet about her husband.
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Jelena Her Djokovic tweeted: ?!”

She tagged one of her ATP Tour and its publicists, Nicola Arzani, with “Wow” and several emojis denoting bewilderment and bewilderment. Added.

"Hi, Jelena!" Outlet responded. "I would love to see your husband play in New York like the rest of tennis. Hopefully he will decide he can follow the rules."

Jelena Djokovic slammed Racquet Magazine over a snarky tweet about her husband.
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Jelena Djokovic has had multiple spats with Racquet Magazine about how they cover her husband.
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Djokovic's wife returned with details.

"Hi! Novak's entry into the tournament was automatic based on tennis rules and rankings. So what was the logic behind your tweet?" she said. asked.

FormerlyJelena Djokovic was a former NY Times tennis her writer and now senior editor at Racquet Magazine Ben She is like Rosenberg. was sparring at Rothenberg called her husband an "anti-vax poster boy," which she denounced in response.

"Excuse me," she tweeted. "Notice that you tagged him as an antiviral poster boy for some reason. He simply replied what his body choices were.

Novak Djokovic had to withdraw from the Australian Open because of his stance on vaccines, he was cleared to play at Wimbledon,winning his fourth consecutive title and placing seventh overall

In July, tennis legend John McEnroe lashed out at federal officials, calling for rule changes. politicians get in the way too much," McEnroe said. "They did it in Australia. Let that guy come to America and play. It's ridiculous."