After the Wimbledon final, Novak Djokovic's wife attracted backlash for statements.
Following the Wimbledon final, where Novak Djokovic won his 21st grand slam trophy, Jelena got into a fight with a tennis reporter.
In a heated Wimbledon final, Djokovic overcame Nick Kyrgios to win his 21st grand slam title and fourth straight crown at the grass-court major.
Djokovic repeated, as he had before in the competition, that he would not get inoculated in order to compete in the US Open.
After the inquiries, Jelena Djokovic got into a social media argument with prominent tennis reporter Ben Rothenberg on her husband's upcoming departure.
After admitting he wouldn't get vaccinated in time to compete in the year's final grand slam, Rothenberg tweeted that Djokovic would further "entrench" himself as an anti-vaxx "poster-boy."
Jelena, however, didn't agree with this.
"Forgive me. Just making sure it is known that, for whatever reason, YOU designated him as the antivax spokesperson. He merely replied, "Whatever body option I make," "Jelena composed.
Jelena answered: "You are fabricating a story that is really judgmental and serves your purposes. He is merely making a decision that is best for his body. He is okay with not playing if that decision caused him to do so."
When Jelena responded, the altercation was over "I appreciate you sharing your views. I hope they don't cause you to be condemned.""may turn become a symbol of prejudice and mistreatment. You can't be sure. Please don't consistently let down as an influential person. except when that is your job."