Jelena, Djokovic's great love hugging trees and is his greatest ally antivacunas

NOVACK DJOKOVIC (34) is not alone in its Rushing Australian Adventure. His family has defended tennis player with vehemently, which has been released by an or

Jelena, Djokovic's great love hugging trees and is his greatest ally antivacunas

NOVACK DJOKOVIC (34) is not alone in its Rushing Australian Adventure. His family has defended tennis player with vehemently, which has been released by an order of a judge who has revoked the decision to cancel the tennis visa and has stopped his deportation after he refused to vaccinate against the Covid. Judicial, dozens of followers of the Serbian tennis player stationed at the doors of the court have held with euphoria, as the protesters who have been stationed on Thursday at Park Hotel, where the tennis player has lived with 35 refugees and asylum seekers .

"This is the greatest victory of his career, it is greater than any Grand Slam," has declared his mother, Dijana, at a press conference in Belgrade, after the judicial decision. Dijana, accompanied by her husband's husband and her son of her djordje of her, has expressed her joy for the liberation of her son who, according to her, "has been mistreated with many ways."

At the Djokovic press conference, in which a tennis uncle has also participated, was not Jelena Ristic (35), his wife, who has used his networks to show him his love with a romantic message he has illustrated with a Photo of the couple kissing on the beach.

"For us Christmas is today, my wishes for all is that you are happy, healthy, safe and with your families, I hope we were together today, but my consolation is that at least we are healthy and that we will grow from this experience," HA Written Jelena on Orthodox Christmas Day, which is celebrated on January 7.

The tennis player has shown his gratitude to the people "from all over the world" who have supported them during these days. "Thanks for using your voice to send affection for my husband, I'm breathing deep to calm down and find gratitude (and understanding) at this time for everything that is happening, the only law that we should respect through all borders is love and respect for other human beings. Love and forgiveness is never a mistake, but a powerful force. I wish you the best, "adds the Djokovic woman.

Jelena and Novack were married in July 2014, after nine years of relationship. Three months after the ceremony, which was held in Monte Carlo, where they reside, his son Stefan was born. In September 2017, Tara, the little one of the family was born. Boyfriends from adolescence, Jelena and Novack met at high school. They started leaving in 2005 and committed in September 2013. During all this time, she has been key in the tennis champion race, whom she usually accompanies all over the world. After leaving his model work, she was at the forefront of the Novak Djokovic Foundation, which works by the education of the most disadvantaged children in Serbia.

And like her husband, Jelena has pronounced against the vaccine and has published controversial conspiranic theories about the Covid with its thousands of Instagram followers. In April 2020 she shared a video about the theory that the 5g causes the virus. She's blog includes links to the controversial documentary Cowspiracy and share advice on 'How to find your true self'.

Follower of natural medicine, in 2016 began working with the Spanish Guru Pepe Imaz, a firm believer in the meditation and spiritual benefits of the embrace to the trees. Imaz, who was a professional tennis player, taught Djokovic to placate the wrath of his defeats and the German newspaper Bild pointed out as one of those responsible for Boris Becker to be the coach of him in 2016.

Updated Date: 10 January 2022, 23:57

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