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Tennis expert explains that Djokovic "has a very special relationship with science"

Tennis expert explains that Djokovic “has a very special relationship with science”

This is the topic that has angered Australia and the entire tennis planet for 48 hours: After obtaining an exemption to go to Melbourne, Novak Djokovic’s visa has been confiscated and he is now awaiting his fate. Will he be able to participate in the Australian Open even if he has not been vaccinated? How do we explain all this enthusiasm in Australia? Why does the 34-year-old tennis player refuse to vaccinate?

To answer these questions, two guests, Christophe Mallet, correspondent for RTL Australia, and Laurent Vergne, a professional tennis journalist, Eurosport. “Melbourne is said to have been the most confined city in the world, remember first. Saying this is one thing and living in it is another.”

“We have seen that the only solution, which has already been taken up elsewhere in Australia, is vaccination,” he continues (…) suddenly, There is really a misunderstanding : Why does someone like Novak Djokovic stick to soup like his hair, break the rules and be a bit shrewd? “

Not far from non-scientific posts

Laurent Vergne,

As for Djokovic’s refusal to be vaccinated, Laurent Vergne explained: “A As for the science to which it belongs, it is completely private. He is a person with convictions. He seeks a lot of harmony between his body and mind. There’s obviously something everyone knows, the gluten story, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. He takes positions sometimes, I wouldn’t say unscientific, but not very far. It is someone who believes, for example, in converting energy into food and water. “

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