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Andy Murray Perfectly Hits Back After Nigel Farage Buddies Up To Novak Djokovic

Ryan Sidle

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Andy Murray Perfectly Hits Back After Nigel Farage Buddies Up To Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray brilliantly called out Nigel Farage for being an utter hypocrite, after the GB News host decided to champion Novak Djokovic's cause to get into Australia.

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Djokovic was initially given an exemption to enter Australia for the Australian Open, despite not getting vaccinated, only for his visa to be cancelled on entry.

Whilst most Australians were annoyed he was originally given the exemption, the was the Serbian was treated on arriving to the country irked some people, including Murray.

One man who took a particular interest in the whole thing was Brexit supporter and the man who has failed on seven occasions to become an MP, Farage.

The 57-year-old saw the 'plight' of Djokovic being detained in Australia, ahead of the Australian Open, and went to visit his family in Serbia to support the tennis star, because he has absolutely no shame and will connect himself to anything.

Murray, who did defend his rival Djokovic and the treatment he was going through, jumped into action in pointing out that Farage was being a massive hypocrite.

The former UKIP leader had even gone as far as calling for an Australian style immigration system when he was campaigning for Brexit, but with Australia trying to implement their own system the right winger he wasn't happy.

Farage no doubt would have been celebrating on Monday morning when Djokovic did win his appeal in the Australian court to be released from detention.

However, just minutes later it was reported that he'd once again been arrested, as the ridiculous saga took its newest twist.

For sure Farage will try snaking his way into the whole thing once again.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Novak Djokovic, Australian Open, Andy Murray

Ryan Sidle
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