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Unknown people wrote the wishes of the death of the first racket of the world from Serbia to Novak Djokovic on one of the walls of the streets of Croatian Split.
– Djokovic, die. Our only desire now is your quick death. Hello to you from Split, the message read.
“Da umreš od nje to nam je želja, pozdrav iz Splita da Bog da krepa. Đokoviću, umri”, gnusan je grafit koji je osvanuo na jednoj kući u središtu Splita pic.twitter.com/NWqlTxyiPE
— Акакије Акакијевич (@basxmacxkin) June 25, 2020
According to the Dalmatinski portal, the city administration quickly painted over the inscription.
Recall that Djokovic was subjected to large-scale criticism for holding a series of exhibition tournaments in which the outbreak of COVID-19 took place.
The organizers interrupted the competition after one of the participants in the tournament Grigor Dimitrov passed a positive test. Coronavirus was also found in Croatian Born Choric, Serb Viktor Troitsky and his pregnant wife, as well as several trainers.
Later, Djokovic himself, his trainer and members of his family passed a positive test for the virus.
Currently, due to the coronavirus pandemic, all international tennis tournaments under the auspices of ATP, WTA and ITF are canceled until July 31.