Now I want to ask MTF in a poll, what you think.
It was a charity event and many players volunteered for it. Which countries allowed it all and said it was ok? Blame them if you want to blame someone and leave Djokovic alone.Who organised the event?
Who wanted to publicly announce it and take all the credit?
Who wanted to defend it?
Who will collect and be responsible for any profits?
You think they volunteered? Ok then.It was a charity event and many players volunteered for it. Which countries allowed it all and said it was ok? Blame them if you want to blame someone and leave Djokovic alone.
How dare you call Djokovic immensely dense? Because he would have to be if he can be fooled into thinking that the virus is under control around the world and could therefore invite players from different parts of the world to his tournament...Djokovic would never put someone at risk knowingly. How dare you insinuate he knew the virus was not under control? They clearly didn't know. Do you think Zverev and Thiem would party like that if they thought the virus was not under control? Croatia and Serbia should be blamed and should apologise to Djokovic and the players for tricking them into thinking the virus was under control and for saying it was OK to play in front of packed stadiums.
We are blaming Djoker and all those who participated and helped organized, not just Djoker. But Djoker is the organizer so of course he needs to take the most blame.Players knew about the risks and as you can see from the pictures they were more than happy to take it. Blaming someone else on now is as ridiculous as blaming the Casino for losing your money.
Jeez how many more times do we have to explain this.... if they want to catch the virus themselves then that's their problem, but that does not warrant them spreading it around to whoever else.Definitely not Djokovic's fault. Nobody knows where or from whom Dimitrov caught the virus. They're all adults, capable of making their own decisions. We risk catching the virus even if we go to the grocery store.