Novak’s mother FURES his treatment in Australia – and criticizes his living conditions

Novak Djokovic’s mother says her son is being treated “like a prisoner” at a Melbourne hotel for $ 104 a night, which serves as accommodation for refugees.

Dijana revealed that she had spoken briefly with her son on the phone because she was staying at the Park Hotel in Carlton, Melbourne.

“I talked to him a few hours ago, he was good, we didn’t talk much, but we talked for a few minutes.” He tried to sleep, but he couldn’t, “she said.

“As a mother, what can I say, you can imagine how I feel, I’ve been feeling awful since yesterday, the last 24 hours.”

Djokovic is currently staying at the hotel under police surveillance after being denied entry to Australia on Wednesday evening.

Novak Djokovic’s mother Dijan (pictured) says her son is being treated “like a prisoner” at a Melbourne hotel for $ 104 a night, which serves as accommodation for refugees.

Dijana said this when she joined her husband Srdjan and son Djordje to condemn Djokovic's treatment at an extraordinary press conference in Belgrade, Serbia.

Dijana said this when she joined her husband Srdjan and son Djordje to condemn Djokovic’s treatment at an extraordinary press conference in Belgrade, Serbia.

The world number one will remain in the hotel until his legal battle is resolved on Monday, with a team of lawyers who will work overnight to keep him in Australia – forcing him to stay in limbo and endure less than five-star conditions.

“They keep him prisoner, it’s just not fair, it’s not human,” Dijana said. “I hope he stays strong because we’re also trying to give him the energy to keep going.” I hope he wins. “

“His accommodation.” [is] grapes. It’s just some small, immigrant hotel, if it’s a hotel at all. With beetles, it’s all dirty, the food is terrible.

“They don’t want to give him a chance to move to a better hotel or rented house.”

Dijana said this when she joined her husband Srdjan and son Djordje to condemn Djokovic’s treatment at an emergency press conference in Belgrade, Serbia.

Srdjan said his son was “held captive” before comparing his treatment by the Australian authorities to the crucifixion of Jesus.

“Jesus was crucified on the cross … but he still lives among us,” he said. “He’s trying to crucify and humiliate Novak and bring him to his knees.”

Srdjan focused on Mr. Morrison before accusing the prime minister of not acting humanely.

“You, the famous prime minister of a distant naturally beautiful country, behave according to your own principles, which have nothing to do with us and our principles,” he said. “We are human and you, sir, are not.”

Srdjan said his son was “held captive” before comparing his treatment by the Australian authorities to the crucifixion of Jesus

“Jesus was crucified on the cross – but he is still alive among us,” Srdjan said during a press conference

“The leader of that distant land, Scott Morrison … dared to attack Novak and expel him before he entered their country.” They wanted to bring him to his knees, and not only him, but also our beautiful Serbia. “

A demonstration calling for the release of Djokovic took place with demonstrators in front of the National Assembly in Serbia and in front of a hotel in Melbourne.

Srdjan accused the Australian authorities of “trampling on the Serbian people” by keeping Djokovic in a hotel.

“We Serbs are proud Europeans. “We have never attacked anyone in history, we just defended ourselves,” he said.

“This is what Novak, our pride, our Serb, the pride of the whole free world, is doing now by his behavior towards the hosts and [tournament] organizers around the world, shows what people he comes from.

There were rallies calling for the release of Djokovic with demonstrators demonstrating in front of the National Assembly in Serbia and in front of a hotel in Melbourne.

There were rallies calling for the release of Djokovic with demonstrators demonstrating in front of the National Assembly in Serbia and in front of a hotel in Melbourne.

Srdjan accused Australian authorities of “trampling on the Serbian people” by keeping Djokovic in a hotel

“We Serbs are proud people who are proud of theirs [the] light at the end of the tunnel, and this is our Novak. The political oligarchy won’t put it out. ”

Djokovic’s brother Djordje also said at the conference that the tennis star was treated as a ‘criminal’.

“He was taken to a migrant hotel in a dirty room without any things he was told would be returned to him when he returned to Europe,” he said.

“He was treated like a criminal, while he is a healthy and decent man and an athlete who did not endanger anyone’s life and did not commit any federal or legal offense.”

Djordje read the message Djokovic sent while he was hiding in the hotel.

“God sees everything,” he read. “Morality and ethics as the greatest ideals are shining stars for spiritual ascension. My mercy is spiritual and their is material wealth. ”

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