Djokovic Refuses to Retire
After becoming an enemy within his respective sport, Novak Djokovic is refusing to retire from professional tennis. Confirmation on the continuation of ATPs #1 Player came from his head coach, Severin Luthi. Details on Novak’s position towards retirement wasn’t clarified by Severin & left to speculation, with most believing Djokovic will retire after another stint at the Olympics. That’d mean a departure after Summer 2021.
Novak Djokovic has lost the respect of an international community, which follows after hosting the Adria Tennis Tour Expo. Multiple civilians in Belgrade & Serbia were infected with the novel coronavirus following this exposition. It’s because Novak Djokovic chose nations that weren’t maintaining social distancing requirements. The tennis professional allowed guests, players, and on-site personnel not to wear face masks.
This would prove detrimental for Novak Djokovic & the ATP #1 would contract the coronavirus himself. No lessons were learned after contracting the deadliest virus seen in 75+ years, with Djokovic clarifying he’d never get the Vaccine & still stands with the Anti-Vaxxers worldwide. He’d never apologize for infecting others with the virus or putting their lives in jeopardy, which has turned the public mindset against Djokovic.
When the world community requested that the Adria Tennis Tour Expo be terminated after confirmed infections, Novak Djokovic responded by establishing the tournament would return by Mid-August. This has become the normal behaviour of ATPs #1, who grows angry whenever requested to abide by any societal standard. The ignorance level associated with this Serbian will inevitably destroy his career, which can be changed with minor readjustments.
Multiple athletes in the Association of Tennis Professionals have demanded that Novak Djokovic retire immediately. Severin Luthi responded to those sentiments for Djokovic, remarking that Novak has ambitions to win another Grand Slam & Gold Medal. Severin noted that Djokovic wouldn’t stop competing until those goals are obtained. Novak should prepare himself for the next return, though, with sentiments & compassionate responses towards the ATP #1 expected to be minimal. It’s hard to accept someone when their foolishness directly resulted in someone losing their life, something that Novak hasn’t even acknowledged or apologized for publicly. It’s disconcerting behaviour that must be addressed by the Association of Tennis Professionals.