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Novak Djokovic reveals what REALLY happened when he was accused of pulling rank on an umpire


Angry Novak Djokovic reveals what REALLY happened on controversial break in play that saw him accused of pulling rank on an umpire at the Australian Open

  • Novak Djokovic has revealed he didn’t ‘pull rank’ in first round match on Tuesday
  • Serbian, 35, clarified on social media he was given permission to go to the toilet
  • Wasn’t classified as toilet break, told to ‘hurry’ up by chair umpire Aurelie Tourte

A frustrated Novak Djokovic has revealed what actually unfolded in his first round match at the Australian Open after he was accused of ‘pulling rank’ on…



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