Conditions of Entry

“Under our ticket conditions of entry we don’t allow clothing, banners or signs that are commercial or political,” a Tennis Australia spokesperson told Guardian Australia.

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8 Responses to Conditions of Entry

  1. Lee says:

    Do players have to take the knee?
    That is highly political.

  2. Old School Conservative says:

    From the first link:
    “one of the Australian Open’s major commercial partners is Chinese premium liquor brand Guojiao 1573.”
    Totally irrelevant to the decision by TA and police to remove anti-CCP protests.
    Nothing to see here.

  3. Chris M says:

    Well they just prefer gay anal sex to Chinese girls, who are you to judge you bigot.

    Hahaha (funny and sick chuckle).

  4. Davey Boy says:

    sodomy is cool, so bugger human rights

  5. Tel says:

    One little bit of lifestyle advice from Eric July: don’t give your money to people who hate you.
    As soon as you buy one of those tickets, you also bought into their entire political narrative and you get precisely the political opinion you are given. The Leftists don’t understand the concept of reciprocity, they don’t understand producing something of value … all they think about is power and compliance. I don’t give a toss who wins the Australian Open … get a few friends and play some tennis at a local court wearing whatever T-shirt you want.

  6. Shy Ted says:

    Every man and his dog wears clothes with commercial advertising on them. The whole thing is one big advert.

  7. Paul says:

    You have to enjoy the way the protestors have managed this. Something that would have passed unnoticed has now become a big story.

  8. Emeritus says:

    Perhaps if Mr Djokovic accepted a jab up the bum rather than a jab in the arm, he would be allowed in.

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