“I don’t think it’s fair for a whale like Jelena Doki to take away my joy from watching Tennis And turns it into nonsense. All you do is speak up and say how good she is. I bet it will take you 10 minutes to run 100 metres. Please get rid of her, the sight of her makes me want to turn her off” or “Oh my God! what happened to you? You need to limit snacking! ”- these are just some of the comments that Jelena Dokic, a former Australian tennis player, can read about herself.
Hate floods Jelena Dokic. “gross”
Dokic works in Australian Open Championship as a court reporter. It conducts, among other things, post-match interviews with the players. I recently spoke with Novak Djokovic. And most likely because of this, she has been inundated with a wave of hateful comments about her weight and figure. As she herself reported on Instagram in a long personal entry, most of the comments come from Serbiabut not only.
She said, “Body shaming and fat shaming over the past 24 hours has been insane. They have come from all over the world, but a lot of them are from Serbia. And yes, a lot of them are women. So much for the women who support other women,” she wrote. She called the hateful comments “vicious”. “No other word. It’s disgusting. People should be ashamed. The most common comment was ‘What happened to her, she’s so big?'” It doesn’t really matter what I do or what happened because size doesn’t have to matter “Kindness and being a good person is important, and obviously whoever bullies me and others doesn’t.”
“What matters are the online attacks and the bullying and the shaming. It matters because those of you who do are just bad, mean, ignorant people. I can and will be fit and healthy, but you can’t become a better person. The scales will shift, but the bad guys will still be bad.”
“I am here fighting for everyone who is being abused and disgraced. I can’t change the world, but I intend to still Use my platform for good, support others, give others a voice, and try to make others feel less alone and afraid. To everyone who supports me, and there are many of you, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. And all those who are really good people. I’ll also be nicer and better than you trolls, and I won’t reveal your identity. I love you all, even the trolls, because you give me so much motivation and inspiration to do what I do and do. fighting With people like you,” Jokic concluded.
Jelena Dokic has won six tournaments during her career. She achieved her best Grand Slam tournament result in 2000, reaching the semi-finals of Wimbledon when she was just 17 years old. The Australian also boasted a French Open doubles finalist in 2010.
She ended her career in 2014. She then accused her father and coach Damir Dokic of physically and mentally abusing her in the early stages of her career, and has been vocal about her mental health issues.. She had suicidal thoughts last year.
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