Rafael Nadal (Rafa) is the 5th best tennis player in the world in current standings.
He has qualified for the Australian Open (AO) men’s singles final to be played tomorrow. If he wins, then he will have more grand slam tournament victories than any player in history. But that will not give him the right to be called the Greatest Of All Time (GOAT)
A Nadal victory tomorrow will always be tainted by the fact that the reigning AO champion, the best player in the world rankings and the most successful.player ever in the AO, Novak Djokovic (Nole), has had his human rights trashed and been falsely imprisoned as part of a campaign of fear being waged against people by governments and other authorities around the world.
Nole is the best.
Geoff Fox, 29th January, 2022, Down Under
PS I have publicly demanded an investigation by Victoria Police into the crime of false imprisonment committed against Novak. Nothing has been done to respond to my demand. I urge concerned readers of this blog to write to or call the Cheif Commissioner Shane Patton demanding an explanation for this failure to uphold the law.
Monica is an Australian Christian of Greek Italian heritage, who cares deeply and thoughtfully about freedom.
Yesterday in Melbourne outside the Federal Court of Australia, among clean-living God-fearing Serbian people seeking justice for their mistreated national hero Novak Djokovic, I saw Monica’s confidence in her ability to stand up for freedom blossom. It was a wonderful sight.
She and I both learnt that Sloboda is the Serbian word for freedom.
Under the beloved colours of the Greek flag and holding a Serbian flag in front of her, Monica chanted the Serbian nickname of the best tennis player in the world “Nole. Nole. Nole.”
Djokovic himself is embarassed by the attention that has been focussed on him.
After suffering from the trauma of false imprisonment in a cheap hotel, he has the right to step back from the limelight to recover.
But those of us, like Monica, who care about freedom and who crave its restoration, have the right and responsibility to speak out against injustice.