"Da sam mogla kao Novak, ne bih oklevala ni sekunde"
Ukrajinska teniserka Dajana Jastremska oglasila se povodom napada na Novaka Đokovića.LNIzvor: B92
Đoković je poslednjih dana na meti kritičara širom planete zbog organizovanja Adrija tura, koji je prekinut zbog širenja koronavirusa.
"Uznemirena sam situacijom koja je nastala posle organizacije Adrija tura u Srbiji. Organizatori i igrači su se našli pod neverovatnim pritiskom. Nekako prolazi ispod radara da je turnir održan uz saglasnost državnih normi i regulativa. Da sam imala priliku da organizujem takav turnir, ne bih oklevala ni sekunde", napisala je Jastremska.
Ona je dodala da se nalazi na čelu dobrotvorne fondacije "Dija" koja direktno pomaže pogođenima kovidom-19.
"I ja sam kreirala klip za edukovanje ljudi o virusu. Znam koliko je pretnja teška i nevidljiva što je čini veoma opasnom. Kako god, ja sam potpuno svesna da živimo u vremenu sloboda gde svako može da donosi svoje odluke i da postane šta god želi. Ja ne bih bila teniserka da se takva sloboda nije dogodila u mojoj državi pre 29 godina. Ta sloboda i nezavisnost nalažu svakome da bude odgovoran za sebe i svoje postupke", dodala je 20-godišnjakinja.
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❗️❗️❗️CONCLUSION OF THE STATEMENT IS IN THE COMMENTS❗️❗️❗️ When you are famous, when you compete at the top level, the eyes of a thousand are inevitably chained to you. The first one has to accept the role of the ambassador of a sort, while he becomes a role model for many. It doesn’t matter if you play at side court or in the central arena - as a tennis player, you always try to show the best you can and share the emotions with your team and other people around you. Tennis is an incredible sport, with a long history and unique culture. Things that are happening in the world this year are unthinkable and are undoubtfully a massive blow to our favorite sport. Every tennis player had their plans, aspirations, and goals for this year. Now, and I am sure about that, every one of us has only these questions in the head. These questions are: “When we start playing and giving people joy and inspiration?” and “When we will finally start to do our favorite thing?”. I am afflicted and upset by the situation that has emerged around the organization of the “Adria Tour” tournament in Serbia. The organizers and players of the event found themselves under tremendous pressure. It is somehow even getting out of sight that this competition was held in compliance with country’s norms and regulations. If I had an opportunity to host the same kind of tournament, I would not hesitate a second. I am the head and organizer of “Diya” Charity Foundation that directly helped people at the course of the pandemic. I also created a clip to educate people about a virus. I know that this threat is severe and invisible, which makes it dangerous. However, I am also perfectly aware that we live in the age of liberty when everyone can make their own decisions and can become whoever he wants. I would not be a tennis player today if this freedom did not occur twenty-nine years ago in my country. It is this freedom and independence that demands that everyone should be responsible for themselves and their actions. It means that everyone has a right of choice and personal responsibility. In that situation, anyone could get infected.