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Novak Djokovic reveals being deported from Australia last year INSPIRED him to win at Wimbledon


Novak Djokovic reveals being deported from Australia last year INSPIRED him to win at Wimbledon and train harder than ever…but admits he felt like the ‘villain of the world’ after being detained in Melbourne for breaching Covid-19 rules

Novak Djokovic said his controversial deportation ahead of last year’s Australian Open proved an unlikely catalyst for success in 2022, allowing him to regroup on the practice court before bouncing back with key titles.

The Serb trained hard in the months after he was deported and while barred from competing in the United States for…



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