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SCANDALOUS VIDEO: It's morbid, sick! In Split, they want Novak Djokovic to die

A hideous graffiti appeared in the center of Split, Croatia

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These days, Novak Djokovic is the target of criticism and scandalous attacks, and the worst so far comes from Split, where unknown insane people dared to write a hideous graffiti by which they wished death to the best tennis player in the world.

"Die Djokovic" is a part of the scandalous graffiti, followed by an even more morbid message.

"Die from it (coronavirus), that is our wish, greetings from Split, hope to God he dies," says the message written in blue letters in the center of this city.

It has been known for a long time that Split is a place where scandalous Ustasha messages often appeared and that this is the city where the most ardent Hajduk football club fans, have a say.

Thus in the past, Red Star Belgrade water polo players were attacked with knives in the center of this city, when one of them even had to look for shelter by jumping into the sea.

Proof that Ustasha rhetoric is getting stronger in Croatia is also evident in a scandalous banner that was recently displayed by Dinamo Zagreb fans, when they said that they would rape Serbian mothers, after which Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic reacted.

Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week, while other members of his family tested negative. Along with Novak, Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric, Viktor Troicki, as well as Novak Djokovic's fitness coach Marco Panichi and Grigor Dimitrov's coach Christian Groh were all positive after Adria Tour was canceled.

After Novak was diagnosed with coronavirus, an avalanche of criticism started to arrive against him from the Western media, but he also experienced fierce attacks from Croatia. However, there were also bright spots in Croatia in the form of former basketballer Dino Radja, author Vedrana Rudan and a guy who's supportive status was shared en masse in Croatia.

They are proof that such sick people, like these in Split, who we hope will soon be brought to justice for threatening the best tennis player in the world, do not make up a majority in Croatia, where, before Adria Tour was canceled, Novak was loved and respected as rarely any other Serb.

Take a look at how Novak most likely got infected after contact with Grigor Dimitrov:


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