In an interview with the “Herald Sun” newspaper, Craig Tiley did not want to pin down Novak Djokovic as the reason for his announcement, but even without specifically naming it, there is no question that the Serb was a decisive factor in the tennis official’s measures will.
When asked how he’s going to deal with disruptive fans, Tiley told the Herald Sun, “If they’re disrupting the fun of other viewers – they’re out. You can stay away or we will kick you out.” That applies to “all athletes”.
On his “return” to Australia, Djokovic has been received very friendly so far, but that can change quickly in an emotional match in which it’s all or nothing.
Craig Tiley probably knows that too and wants to warn you in advance. He knows all too well from last year how you can end up in chaos out of nowhere.
Marco Reus and Borussia Dortmund. A success story that will soon last eleven years. Reus’ contract expires in the summer. Both sides are currently further apart in terms of a contract extension. The Reus side is disappointed and surprised.
The Handball World Championship from January 11th to 29th in Poland and Sweden will again electrify millions of fans. The German team coached by Alfred Gislason also wants to play big as outsiders at the tournament. The most important questions and answers about the World Cup at a glance.
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