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Fan at the Australian Open wears Russia’s ‘Z’ war symbol on his shirt during Novak Djokovic’s match


Fan at the Australian Open sparks outrage by uncovering Russia’s ultra-nationalist ‘Z’ war symbol on his shirt during Novak Djokovic’s match against Russian star Andrey Rublev – as others brandish a flag featuring Putin’s face

Tennis chiefs have been urged to act decisively after a spectator was seen wearing Russian’s ultra-nationalist ‘Z’ war symbol on his shirt during Novak Djokovic’s quarter final at the Australian Open.

Eagle-eyed fans on Twitter spotted a man wearing a black T-shirt with a large ‘Z’ brandished across the front at the Rod Laver…



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