“Because water interacts and scientists have proven that the molecules in water react to our feelings with what is said.” There was something of an uproar on social media in response, while retired pro Marie Carrillo called for Djokovic to withdraw the allegations, telling Tennis Channel: “I’m very upset that Djokovic and the other guy are saying you can change toxic water into drinking water. This is dangerous stuff.” .
The Adria Tor fiasco
The last one related to the Covid pandemic, Djokovic staged the Adria Tour exhibition series in Serbia and Croatia when the strict lockdown was lifted in June 2020. The Croatia final was canceled on short notice when co-player Grigor Dimitrov tested positive for Covid. There were already skepticism about the exhibition events because they contained full crowds and there was no social distancing.
Concern grew when footage emerged of them hugging and going out dancing during the two events. Three other players – Borna Coric, Viktor Troicki and Djokovic – as well as the wives of Troicki and Djokovic and Djokovic’s coach Goran Ivanisevic, were later tested positive. Colleagues like Nick Kyrgios have come out to criticize the event, tweeting: “Reckless decision to go ahead with” the show. Get well soon guys, but this is what happens when you ignore all protocols. This is not a joke.”
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