Seems he upsets the undesirables here as much as Andy Murray.
And no, he's NOT a homophobe.
I don't see the appeal. He looks like someone put his head in a vice when he was a baby.
And, you know this how R4? Let me guess, you like him, so you don't want to face the reality. Homophobe.
[quote]I don't see the appeal. He looks like someone put his head in a vice when he was a baby.
What type of vice? Gambling? Drinking?
I think he has a nice anus
And you know he's a homophobe how, R3/R7?
You're a troll.
Definitely not a homophobe. Very hot man. I prefer Nadal, but Joker is lovely, too.
His people are terrorists? They are mass murderers.
You have food taste!
I want him inside me, deeply, as I rim Andy Murray.
So sue me.
The US has murdered, enslaved, and bombed more people per capita than any country in the last two hundred years, probably running neck and neck with the British Empire.
What else you got?
Sure you do. He's a homophobic and racist serb, just like most of his fellow countrymen. What's there not to like?
60 % of serbians disapprove of homosexuality, and 1/3 condone violence to disrupt gay events. Great country that!
[quote]half of Americans oppose same-sex marriage. homophobic country.
LMAO, there's a difference between disapproving gay marriage and disapproving homosexuality all together. Do many gay pride parades in the US end in bloodshed? No? Then US is better than Serbia, yes. Did you even watch the video?
I will never visit that homophobic shithole of a country. It's full of racists (think nazi skinheads) and homophobes. Most of the people actually supports Mladic, a mass killer. They also refuse to recognize Kosovo as a state. The country is known for violent hooligans at the football matches. The Serbian mafia raids rich countries in Scandinavia. A lot of criminals steal from homes, steal cars etc. They're either from Serbia or Bosnia.
Ask any European (from northern/western Europe), they won't have many nice things to say about the serbs. They're in general one of the most hated people in Europe. They have a bad reputation for a reason. It's well deserved.
That doesn't really answer whether Djokovic himself is homophobic.
Here you go. You're welcome :)
[quote]Major occurences of intolerance against LGBT people, including threats and attacks, are noted in Croatia, Serbia and Turkey
[quote]Serbia is singled out for its problematic ban of Belgrade Pride and overall negative attitudes.
That doesn't really answer whether Djokovic himself is homophobic
[quote]LMAO, there's a difference between disapproving gay marriage and disapproving homosexuality all together.
Anti-gay marriage = anti-homosexuality
You are an ignorant, bigoted moron who needs to be banned.
[R27] = typical American bigot.
Anyone who says all Serbs must be presumed bigots is in fact, doing exactly the kind of stereotyping and "phobia" he's accusing Novak of.
You have no business accusing Novak of being a homophobe.
More likely R27 is an ethnic Bosnian.
I used to love the guy until I saw both the 60 Minutes interview and another one.
Incredibly arrogant, obnoxious and full of himself. The whole joker thing would be adorable with someone else, but Djokovic believes he's absolutely adorable and in his head, he's the most famous, beloved sports star in the world. Winning a few titles hardly makes you that.
I've gone from cheering for him to rooting for anyone he's playing against.
Who know there were so many oversensitive childish tennis fans?
Novak is no more full of himself than Federer (by a long shot) or Nadal, or any other player who has one multiple slams except possibly Edberg.
No person you don't personally know warrants the kind of dislike you express in your post.
Sampras was suppose to be really, really arrogant.
I just saw this thread and I am wondering who is the anti-Serb person who pops up over and over on numerous threads. It's akin to saying everyone from the deep south is a gay-hating Bible thumper. Either produce evidence that he's personally homophobic or stop.
R35, I don't get arrogance from him more than any other player. My sense is that he's personally a bit insecure (not about his tennis abilities but his popularity and persona) and comes off like he's begging you to like him.
R37, I think Sampras was more aloof than arrogant, but unlike Djokovic, he wasn't and isn't especially interested in interacting with people and fans.