Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP
Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

Jonathan White

Novak Djokovic’s PTPA power play is tone deaf amid coronavirus crisis and calls for social change

  • Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world together but Serbian superstar has divided tennis with PTPA
  • Exclusion of women from new player’s association is biggest source of criticism for breakaway group

Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP
Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his win over Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final of the Western & Southern Open. Photo: AFP
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Jonathan White

Jonathan White

Jonathan White joined the Post in 2017 after a decade reporting on sport from China. He originally moved to Beijing to coach football in 2007 and later spent two years in Shanghai.