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Badosa, on the Djokovic case: “I understand both parties”

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Begur tennis player Paula Badosa said on Wednesday that she understands both parties about the visa issues which he experienced on his arrival at Australia el serbi Novak Djokovic per not to be vaccinated but he stressed that he preferred not to offer his full opinion on the subject because “everything you say on this subject becomes headline”.

“I understand both parties. I was vaccinated. I was locked up in quarantine in this country and it was very hard. My case was different because I was positive. I prefer to keep my opinion to myself,” he said. assured at a press conference after his victory in the second round of the Sydney International against local Ajla Tomljanovic.

“I knew how she played and I wanted to show her that I was up to the task of fighting to the end. I have imposed myself by this extra strength that I have with respect to her,” he said.

The Girona native, who added her second victory in 2022 after her first victory against Latvian Jelena Ostapenko, also explained that her goal in these tournaments is to “spend as much time as possible on the track”.

“I have to get tired and spend hours on the track. It’s the start of the season and we have energy for that,” said the New York-born Spaniard before recalling his positive for Covid-19 after his arrival. in Australia last year.

“Last year was very hard for me and now coming here as a top-10 means I’m vindicated. Coming in a different way makes me very happy. Also, Australia is a place that is very It’s fun to play because people really like tennis, “he said.


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