Kicking him out could also have emboldened psycho fans and anti vaxx views. That’s why modern legal systems rely evidence and not speculation. Djokovic should not be responsible for the actions of others - he’s just there to play tennis. He attended last year, didn’t break any rules, won the tournament, and there was no problems. That is evidence.I don’t think he would have personally led protests, but it would have created a precedent and certainly could have emboldened his psycho fans and those with anti-vax views. We can agree to disagree about whether that’s the case, because now we’ll never know. The judges couldn’t obtain “verifiable evidence” about whether it would happen without letting it play out. They felt it wasn’t worth the risk, and I’m inclined to agree.
it’s a scary world where people can turn a blind eye to due process