How did Novak Djokovic's sensual beliefs make him a legend and an outcast at the same time?

How did Novak Djokovic's sensual beliefs make him a legend and an outcast at the same time?  Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic is paying a heavy price for his refusal to receive the Corona vaccine, which raises questions about the secret of his insistence not to receive the vaccine, even though he swims alone against the global trend, and has become an outcast from all upcoming tournaments.  Tom Kershaw, head of product and technology at Travelport, wrote in a lengthy article for the British newspaper, The Independent , that tennis legend Djokovic's belief in alternative medicine fueled his resistance to a vaccine, and that his controversial beliefs are part of a broader topic embedded in his entire career.  Kershaw described Djokovic as unique in his beliefs, very stubborn, and has a strong determination to see these beliefs come true to their bitter ends, adding that these qualities that the epidemic resurrected in him have now made him a legend and an outcast at the same time.  He suggested that many would dismiss Djokovic's seemingly unsuccessful attempt to get an exemption to defend his Australian Open title next week as a selfish look.  How is Djokovic related to alternative medicine? Djokovic said - according to Kershaw - that when one of the defining days of his career came in the summer of 2010, when he had already won his first Grand Slam title, he was suffering from shortness of breath that recurred during the matches.  Watching Djokovic now means seeing one of the world's most endurance athletes in action, the writer said. He covers the tennis court with robotic efficiency, always two steps ahead of his opponents.  He added that Djokovic was in the midst of tough matches, on several occasions, feeling unusually tired, and on one occasion he called for a medical break for fear of a possible collapse.  Serbian Dr. Igor Setojevic, who describes himself as a "specialist in energy medicine", was contacted, and the two met in Croatia, where Setojevic asked Djokovic to extend his left arm while pressing a piece of bread on his stomach, and to Djokovic's surprise, his arm felt noticeably weak when you were close to the bread.  As absurd as it may seem that such a delicate player was obedient to such obscure "alternative remedies", it is possible to see all the success and controversy in Djokovic's career; 20 Grand Slam titles, a record number of days spent at world number one.  Djokovic's stubbornness The writer went on to say that long before Djokovic stubbornly garnered the greatest sporting achievement of the modern era, he had already been rooted in a mindset of claiming control over outside influences. When he was raised as an Orthodox Christian in war-torn Serbia, he learned to be self-sufficient.  This inherent resistance and suffering, often interpreted as obnoxious or reclusive, has always been central to Djokovic's character. It also served as a defensive mechanism, protecting him from the public's favoritism for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, and the feeling that he had always been an unwelcome intruder on their legacy.  Kershaw said this underdog mentality helps explain Djokovic's belief in alternative medicines, and his skepticism about traditional science. He insists that he can find "basic ways of survival" by harnessing the strength of his body, whether it's fighting a virus or an infection, without having to resort to outside intervention.  Djokovic uses a spiritual guide At times, this belief elicited comical moments, as when Djokovic teamed up with Pepe Imaz, a spiritual guide and coach, whose techniques included the power of extraordinarily long hugs. At about the same time, Djokovic proceeded to extol the virtues of telekinesis and telepathy, and noted "gifts from God that allow us to understand a higher power and order in ourselves".  Just last year, after losing the US Open final to Daniil Medvedev, Djokovic made one of a series of pilgrimages to the Pyramid of the Sun in the hilly Bosnian town of Visoko. The ancient site is said to have mystical healing powers. "I know there are many doubts and dilemmas about the authenticity of this place, but to fully understand what is happening here ... you have to come," Djokovic said after one visit.  His friendship with businessman Chervin Yavaré, who sells all kinds of natural supplements, drew undue attention when Djokovic claimed - in a live broadcast - that toxic food and contaminated water can be purified through “active transformation, through the power of prayer, through the power of gratitude.” ".  But the true depth of Djokovic's belief in alternative therapies was his staunch opposition to surgery in 2017. Despite suffering from unbearable pain in his elbow, which led to Djokovic failing to reach his first grand slam semi-final in over a decade, he was adamant. On it can be found a cure with holistic medicine.  When he finally gave up in February 2018, Djokovic claimed that he cried three days after waking up from the operation. "Every time I thought about what to do, I felt like I had let myself down," he said. He has won 8 of the four Grand Slams he has played since then.  Kershaw concluded that these stories help determine the reason for Djokovic's resistance to the vaccine. He is not opposed to vaccination in terms of indulging in wild conspiracy theories specifically related to knockout, but he is ideologically opposed to such methods of scientific treatment in all areas. I have to get a vaccine so I can travel."

How did Novak Djokovic's sensual beliefs make him a legend and an outcast at the same time?


Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic is paying a heavy price for his refusal to receive the Corona vaccine, which raises questions about the secret of his insistence not to receive the vaccine, even though he swims alone against the global trend, and has become an outcast from all upcoming tournaments.

Tom Kershaw, head of product and technology at Travelport, wrote in a lengthy article for the British newspaper, The Independent , that tennis legend Djokovic's belief in alternative medicine fueled his resistance to a vaccine, and that his controversial beliefs are part of a broader topic embedded in his entire career.

Kershaw described Djokovic as unique in his beliefs, very stubborn, and has a strong determination to see these beliefs come true to their bitter ends, adding that these qualities that the epidemic resurrected in him have now made him a legend and an outcast at the same time.

He suggested that many would dismiss Djokovic's seemingly unsuccessful attempt to get an exemption to defend his Australian Open title next week as a selfish look.

How is Djokovic related to alternative medicine?
Djokovic said - according to Kershaw - that when one of the defining days of his career came in the summer of 2010, when he had already won his first Grand Slam title, he was suffering from shortness of breath that recurred during the matches.

Watching Djokovic now means seeing one of the world's most endurance athletes in action, the writer said. He covers the tennis court with robotic efficiency, always two steps ahead of his opponents.

He added that Djokovic was in the midst of tough matches, on several occasions, feeling unusually tired, and on one occasion he called for a medical break for fear of a possible collapse.

Serbian Dr. Igor Setojevic, who describes himself as a "specialist in energy medicine", was contacted, and the two met in Croatia, where Setojevic asked Djokovic to extend his left arm while pressing a piece of bread on his stomach, and to Djokovic's surprise, his arm felt noticeably weak when you were close to the bread.

As absurd as it may seem that such a delicate player was obedient to such obscure "alternative remedies", it is possible to see all the success and controversy in Djokovic's career; 20 Grand Slam titles, a record number of days spent at world number one.

Djokovic's stubbornness
The writer went on to say that long before Djokovic stubbornly garnered the greatest sporting achievement of the modern era, he had already been rooted in a mindset of claiming control over outside influences. When he was raised as an Orthodox Christian in war-torn Serbia, he learned to be self-sufficient.

This inherent resistance and suffering, often interpreted as obnoxious or reclusive, has always been central to Djokovic's character. It also served as a defensive mechanism, protecting him from the public's favoritism for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, and the feeling that he had always been an unwelcome intruder on their legacy.

Kershaw said this underdog mentality helps explain Djokovic's belief in alternative medicines, and his skepticism about traditional science. He insists that he can find "basic ways of survival" by harnessing the strength of his body, whether it's fighting a virus or an infection, without having to resort to outside intervention.

Djokovic uses a spiritual guide
At times, this belief elicited comical moments, as when Djokovic teamed up with Pepe Imaz, a spiritual guide and coach, whose techniques included the power of extraordinarily long hugs. At about the same time, Djokovic proceeded to extol the virtues of telekinesis and telepathy, and noted "gifts from God that allow us to understand a higher power and order in ourselves".

Just last year, after losing the US Open final to Daniil Medvedev, Djokovic made one of a series of pilgrimages to the Pyramid of the Sun in the hilly Bosnian town of Visoko. The ancient site is said to have mystical healing powers. "I know there are many doubts and dilemmas about the authenticity of this place, but to fully understand what is happening here ... you have to come," Djokovic said after one visit.

His friendship with businessman Chervin Yavaré, who sells all kinds of natural supplements, drew undue attention when Djokovic claimed - in a live broadcast - that toxic food and contaminated water can be purified through “active transformation, through the power of prayer, through the power of gratitude.” ".

But the true depth of Djokovic's belief in alternative therapies was his staunch opposition to surgery in 2017. Despite suffering from unbearable pain in his elbow, which led to Djokovic failing to reach his first grand slam semi-final in over a decade, he was adamant. On it can be found a cure with holistic medicine.

When he finally gave up in February 2018, Djokovic claimed that he cried three days after waking up from the operation. "Every time I thought about what to do, I felt like I had let myself down," he said. He has won 8 of the four Grand Slams he has played since then.

Kershaw concluded that these stories help determine the reason for Djokovic's resistance to the vaccine. He is not opposed to vaccination in terms of indulging in wild conspiracy theories specifically related to knockout, but he is ideologically opposed to such methods of scientific treatment in all areas. I have to get a vaccine so I can travel."


Legends League Cricket: World Giants defeated Indian Maharaja in a thrilling match due to Imran Tahir's swashbuckling innings After winning the toss, the bowlers of the World Giants, who came to bowl first, the Indian Maharaja's batsmen had a fierce class. Naman Ojha scored the first century of the tournament from the Maharaja's side.  New Delhi: In a very exciting match, the Indian Maharajas were defeated by the World Giants by 3 wickets in the Legends League Cricket (LLC) T20 tournament. Imran Tahir's unbeaten innings of 52 runs in 19 balls turned the whole match upside down. Throughout the match, it seemed that it was very difficult for the team of World Giants to win this match, but Imran Tahir achieved this difficult visible task with three balls remaining.  After winning the toss, the bowlers of the World Giants, who came to bowl first, the Indian Maharaja's batsmen had a fierce class. Naman Ojha scored the first century of the tournament from the Maharaja's side. Naman scored 140 runs in just 69 balls. Two of Maharaja's batsmen were dismissed on the score of zero. Apart from these, captain Mohammad Kaif played a half-century innings, due to which Maharaja's team was able to score 209 runs.  In response, the team of World Giants, who came out to bat, got the first blow in the form of Kevin O'Brien on the score of 13 runs. Seeing the batting of Kevin Pietersen, it did not seem that he had retired from cricket. He scored 53 runs in 27 balls with the help of 6 sixes and 2 fours. Fielding was very poor from the Maharaja's side. The team had to face defeat due to dropping easy catches on many big occasions. Munaf Patel and Stuart Binny took two wickets each for the Indian Maharaja. If we talk about the points in the series, so far all the three teams have won each match. According to the run rate, Indian Maharaj still remains in the first place.

Legends League Cricket: World Giants defeated Indian Maharaja in a thrilling match due to Imran Tahir's swashbuckling innings

After winning the toss, the bowlers of the World Giants, who came to bowl first, the Indian Maharaja's batsmen had a fierce class. Naman Ojha scored the first century of the tournament from the Maharaja's side.

New Delhi: In a very exciting match, the Indian Maharajas were defeated by the World Giants by 3 wickets in the Legends League Cricket (LLC) T20 tournament. Imran Tahir's unbeaten innings of 52 runs in 19 balls turned the whole match upside down. Throughout the match, it seemed that it was very difficult for the team of World Giants to win this match, but Imran Tahir achieved this difficult visible task with three balls remaining.

After winning the toss, the bowlers of the World Giants, who came to bowl first, the Indian Maharaja's batsmen had a fierce class. Naman Ojha scored the first century of the tournament from the Maharaja's side. Naman scored 140 runs in just 69 balls. Two of Maharaja's batsmen were dismissed on the score of zero. Apart from these, captain Mohammad Kaif played a half-century innings, due to which Maharaja's team was able to score 209 runs.

In response, the team of World Giants, who came out to bat, got the first blow in the form of Kevin O'Brien on the score of 13 runs. Seeing the batting of Kevin Pietersen, it did not seem that he had retired from cricket. He scored 53 runs in 27 balls with the help of 6 sixes and 2 fours. Fielding was very poor from the Maharaja's side. The team had to face defeat due to dropping easy catches on many big occasions. Munaf Patel and Stuart Binny took two wickets each for the Indian Maharaja. If we talk about the points in the series, so far all the three teams have won each match. According to the run rate, Indian Maharaj still remains in the first place. 



Shoaib Akhtar made a big statement about Kohli, said- he was 'forced' to leave the captaincy  Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has given a big statement about Virat Kohli.  Islamabad: The 33-year-old star batsman of the Indian cricket team , Virat Kohli has recently also resigned from the captaincy post of the Test format. After this big decision of Kohli, the whole cricket world is shocked and people are sharing ideas for the star cricketer in their own way. In this episode, former veteran fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar of neighboring Pakistan has also expressed his feelings for him.  The former Pak fast bowler believes that, 'Kohli has not given up the captaincy, but has been released from him. Kohli is a great cricketer and he has great talent. The legendary bowler believes that, 'often big troubles come only on big people. I am sad for them. Kohli should get out of these situations. They should move on forgetting what happened to them.  At the same time, the Pakistani fast bowler talked openly about the next captain of the Indian team. He said that whatever decision the BCCI will take in this regard will be a good decision. Apart from this, he also talked about the Indo-Pak match in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022. He said that we will win against India in Melbourne also. Green team is better team than India in T20 format.  Let us tell you that recently the schedule of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 has been released. The next great match of the T20 format will be played in Australia from 16 October to 13 November. During this, all the matches of this Mahakumbh will be organized in seven cities of Australia. The cities where these matches will be played are Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Geelong.  The first knockout semi-final match of this tournament will be played on November 9 at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney and the second semi-final match will be played on November 10 at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Adelaide. The winning team of both these matches will go to the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on November 13 to play the final match.  At the same time, the first match of the Indian team in this Mahakumbh is with the arch-rival neighboring country Pakistan on 23 October. Both the teams will play their first match at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. In this match, when the Indian team will enter the field, it will also have in its mind to repay the loss against Pakistan in the year 2021.


Shoaib Akhtar made a big statement about Kohli, said- he was 'forced' to leave the captaincy


Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has given a big statement about Virat Kohli.

Islamabad: The 33-year-old star batsman of the Indian cricket team , Virat Kohli has recently also resigned from the captaincy post of the Test format. After this big decision of Kohli, the whole cricket world is shocked and people are sharing ideas for the star cricketer in their own way. In this episode, former veteran fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar of neighboring Pakistan has also expressed his feelings for him.

The former Pak fast bowler believes that, 'Kohli has not given up the captaincy, but has been released from him. Kohli is a great cricketer and he has great talent. The legendary bowler believes that, 'often big troubles come only on big people. I am sad for them. Kohli should get out of these situations. They should move on forgetting what happened to them.

At the same time, the Pakistani fast bowler talked openly about the next captain of the Indian team. He said that whatever decision the BCCI will take in this regard will be a good decision. Apart from this, he also talked about the Indo-Pak match in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022. He said that we will win against India in Melbourne also. Green team is better team than India in T20 format.

Let us tell you that recently the schedule of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 has been released. The next great match of the T20 format will be played in Australia from 16 October to 13 November. During this, all the matches of this Mahakumbh will be organized in seven cities of Australia. The cities where these matches will be played are Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Geelong.

The first knockout semi-final match of this tournament will be played on November 9 at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney and the second semi-final match will be played on November 10 at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Adelaide. The winning team of both these matches will go to the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on November 13 to play the final match.

At the same time, the first match of the Indian team in this Mahakumbh is with the arch-rival neighboring country Pakistan on 23 October. Both the teams will play their first match at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. In this match, when the Indian team will enter the field, it will also have in its mind to repay the loss against Pakistan in the year 2021.
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