World’s Number one Tennis Player Novak Djokovic’s opinion over whether he would get the “Covid-19 vaccine” has been mocked by Irish Budget Airline RyanAir for the second time.
Continue to read and know the first time as well…
Djokovic gave his first interview to the BBC World since being deported from Australia depending on the vaccination issue.
#DJokovic told BBC that although he is “keeping his mind open” about getting a Covid vaccine in the future. However, he would be prepared to miss this year’s French Open and Wimbledon tournaments over his “principles”.
Meanwhile, He insisted that he is not part of the anti-vax movement and just maintained he supports the “freedom to choose” what goes into his body.
In response to this interview, Ryanair quote-tweeted the BBC’s interview with Djokovic alongside the comment: “We’re not an airline but we do fly planes”.
This tweet of RyanAir has been liked by 162,000 times at the moment this article was written.
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) February 15, 2022
Last month Djokovic was not allowed to enter Australia and was sent back after he arrive in Melbourne, Australia. Some reports claimed that the Australian Immigration minister had personally involved cancelling his visa. Australian Government claimed that they have been involved in this matter to avoid public unrest over the mandatory vaccination policy.
This not the first time this particular airline has taken a low blow at the Serbian player, after they once again joked at Djokovic’s expense after news broke of his deportation.
Ryanair tweeted: “Unlucky @DjokerNole Flight home?” alongside a graphic of a hawkeye call.
The graphic then included two sides of a court line, with one reading ‘Australia’, and the other ‘not Australia’.