They waved a Russian flag with Putin’s face on it and were kicked out for wearing clothes that supported aggression. The vestiges of war even invaded the Australian Open. Even the winning candidate and Djokovic’s father shouted ‘Long live Russia’.
This is Reporter Moon Sang-hyeok.
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A man stands next to protesters wearing a T-shirt supporting the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
He is Djokovic’s father.
[Srjan Djokovic/Djokovic father: Long live the Russian people!]
Although he did not accompany those arrested by the police for waving the Russian flag and making a fuss, he is criticized for leaving comments that seem to support the war.
In fact, it’s not just Djokovic’s father who does this.
From the opening day match between Russia and Ukraine, the Russian flag was banned when it was used as a cheering tool.
As the father of the championship candidate Djokovic joined, the controversy over the Russian flag is intensifying.