Seven-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic faced a hostile situation at the center court as he faced Daanish opponent Holger Rune. A group of spectators kept on booing him during the match trying to disturb his rhythm. But Djokovic went on to win the Round of 16 match against Holger Rune at Wimbledon 2024 in straight sets. He even later addressed the crowd for making him uncomfortable in the match. During the BBC post-match interview, he was constantly asked for his reactions to the crowd’s behavior. He did answer early questions on the topic but later looked agitated with the repetitive attempts to get ‘newsworthy’ reactions from him. Djokovic calmly walked out of the interview asking whether are there any other agenda on the interview. The interview lasted just over a minute. Watch the video below. BBC Clarifies Stance After Backlash Over ‘Misstiano Penaldo’ Caption During Cristiano Ronaldo’s Missed Penalty Against Slovenia During UEFA Euro 2024 Round of 16 Clash.

Novak Djokovic Walks Out of BBC Post-Match Interview

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