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Djokovic’s controversial views on the Kovid vaccine, brain power and water treatment

Tennis Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic is facing relegation from Australia for the second time. He’s Expressed Some Weird Thoughts on Health Over the Years

Tennis player Novak Djokovic set to be detained in Australia again

Tennis player Novak Djokovic once again faced deportation from Australia.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion will be taken into custody on Saturday ahead of an appeal against his relegation.

His deportation was initially halted by a court after he was detained by the country’s border force, but immigration minister Alex Hawke moved to reverse the decision.

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Djokovic’s lawyers have appealed again and the Serb may still be able to play at the Australian Open, pending the outcome of the appeal.

The situation has arisen after Australia’s strict COVID laws came into conflict with Djokovic’s own views on vaccination against the virus.

So what are the controversial athlete’s health beliefs?

What has Djokovic said about the vaccine?

Novak Djokovic’s visa was canceled for the second time


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Djokovic, 34, was previously denied entry to Melbourne because he had not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19 and did not meet the government’s requirements for medical exemptions.

It was then revealed that he could face a more severe sentence and possible prison sentence for lying on his visa application, as well as for participating in PR events in December after testing positive for the virus.

In April 2020, Djokovic revealed that he was “opposite of vaccination”, but also said that he was “no expert”.

Clarifying, Nowak said: “My issue with vaccines is if someone is forcing me to put something in my body that I don’t want.”

Several peer-reviewed scientific studies have shown the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine in combating serious illness and death from the virus.

Djokovic’s health beliefs

Djokovic has won the Australian Open nine times

The 34-year-old is known for his dedication and fitness within the sport and he spends part of his success cutting gluten out of his diet.

The change in diet came in 2010 after nutritionist Dr. Igor Setojevic held a piece of white bread in his left hand while the doctor clenched his right hand. Djokovic said he felt “very weak”.

During an Instagram live, Djokovic also claimed that he can clean polluted water from his mind.

He said: “I know some people that through that energetic transformation, through the power of prayer, through the power of gratitude, they have been able to turn the most toxic food or perhaps the most polluted water into the most healing water. managed, because the water reacts … the molecules in the water react to our feelings, that being said.”

Meanwhile, business studies graduate and former model wife Jelena has also hinted at some bizarre, and completely unfounded, beliefs about 5G technology.

He shared a debunked video on Instagram which claimed that 5G caused the coronavirus. Later, she said that she did not claim the baseless theory to be “true or not”.

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