Star player Novak Djokovic will no longer be seen playing at this year's US Open. He has been expelled from the tournament this time. Tennis spectators disappointed by Djokovic's departure. The excitement that arose among tennis fans over the US Open during the Corona, however, cooled much with Djokovic's departure.
World number one Novak Djokovic has been expelled from the US Open. Djokovic was playing in the fourth round of the US Open against Pablo Carreño Busta of Spain. Angered by the loss of points during the game, a woman hit the line jazz in the neck with the ball. This time he was given this severe punishment for deliberately committing such an act. Source: Deutsche Welle
Djokovic immediately sat down and, hearing his panicked screams, immediately stepped forward, apologizing. After a while, the officer recovered and stood up. But by then everything that had happened had happened. Djokovic spoke with the tournament referee for a long time. But he could not avoid punishment according to the rules, dropped out of the tournament. As a rule, no player can physically injure a match official, opponent, spectator or anyone in the tournament area under any circumstances.
Djokovic was expelled from the game immediately after the incident. Then pack up and leave the stadium. The world number one tennis star closed the door of the US Open this time.
Djokovic apologized for his behavior on social media, saying, "The whole situation has left me frustrated and depressed. I searched for that line jazz, the tournament authorities said he was fine, thank God. I'm not saying his name out of respect for personal privacy. And to be excluded, I have to learn from this incident to become a better player and a better person.
Djokovic's punishment does not end with his expulsion from the tournament this time. All the grand slams he won at the US Open could be snatched from him. He may also be asked to return the prize money. Or he may be fined heavily. It all depends on what the tournament committee decides.
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