'Unjust & Unhealthy': Novak Djokovic's Coach Reveals His 'Mental' Suffering After Deportation Saga
"It is clear that it hit him mentally, it will hurt him for a long time and it will be difficult to get it out of his head", Vajda told the Serbian outlet Sport Klub.
"I still don't understand why they did it to him. It was an unhealthy and unjust decision, based on the assumption that Djokovic could do or influence something that has not yet happened", Vajda said. "I can't imagine how he handled it, it must have been a huge suffering. He humbly endured all measures, but what they did to him must mark him. It was a political process".