Top-seed tennis player Grigor Dimitrov was forced to retire this week in his opening match at the Winston Salem Open. As a result, the top 31-year-old Bulgarian player and Covid vaccine advocate had to give up in the second round against Dominic Thiem from Austria. The tournament is part of the US Open Series. It was the last tournament before the US Open in New York.
The first set was total domination from the Bulgarian, winning 80 percent (12-of-15) of the points against Thiem’s serve as he breezed through the opening frame in 25 minutes. Still, after experiencing dizziness and shortness of breath in the second set, he had to pull the plug on his match after a visit from the doctor on the court.
In May 2020, Dimitrov made a video advocating for the controversial Covid “vaccines”:
Despite Dimitrov receiving the Covid “vaccine,” he tested positive in February and had to withdraw from the Dallas Open:
Grigor Dimitrov has withdrawn from the tournament because he has entered COVID health and safety protocols. pic.twitter.com/EIcxhOfcaO— Dallas Open (@DALOpenTennis) February 4, 2022
‘Fit and Healthy Athletes.
Dimitrov’s decision to retires come after many “fit and healthy athletes” have been “mysteriously” dropping dead of “unknown causes” or heart complications after receiving the experimental Covid “vaccines.”
As reported at RAIR Foundation USA last Tuesday, another so-called “unexplained” and “sudden” death of a top athlete tragically occurred. Rob Wardell. A 37-year-old Scottish pro-athlete mountain biker died in his sleep after going into cardiac arrest. Two days before that, Rob won the elite men’s title at the Scottish MTB XC Championships against expectations.
In July, a famous cyclist, 26-year-old Victor Lafay, retired from Tour De France Stage after a ‘mysterious’ sickness. The top athlete and many others in the cycling competition complained of difficulty breathing. Lafay himself said, “I’m having a very hard time breathing. I feel like I don’t have enough oxygen, pain everywhere, legs, etc., no strength, and it’s only getting worse after each stage,” said the rider.”
Just recently, commentator Mark Steyn detailed the many deaths of healthy athletes who have been vaccinated in cycling, rugby, football, boxing, and many other sports:
Moderna Sponsered tournament
Dimitrov will try again to compete during the US Open, depending on his health status. Serbian professional tennis player Novak Djokovic, the number 1 in the world, is not participating in this tournament. This is because the popular, healthy, fit player does not want to receive the controversial “vaccine” for Covid, a condition for entering the United States. Sadly, this has cost him several important matches.
Djokovic made the announcement Thursday morning, shortly before the draw was to be revealed, tweeting, “Sadly, I will not be able to travel to NY this time for US Open.”
He wished luck to his fellow players and said he would “keep in good shape and positive spirit and wait for an opportunity to compete again.”
Sadly, I will not be able to travel to NY this time for US Open. Thank you #NoleFam for your messages of love and support. ❤️ Good luck to my fellow players! I’ll keep in good shape and positive spirit and wait for an opportunity to compete again. 💪🏼 See you soon tennis world! 👋🏼— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) August 25, 2022
The US Tennis Association signed a one-year sponsorship deal with the mRNA biotech for this year’s US Open tennis championships, which kicks off Friday, Aug. 29. Moderna will also get signage space at Arthur Ashe Stadium and aims to spread the message about its mRNA work.
Look who’s sponsoring the US Open 🎾, where Djokovic is not welcome: pic.twitter.com/IkiYg6KWCa— Dr. Eli David (@DrEliDavid) August 27, 2022
As Moderna is gearing up to run a new Covid booster campaign this year in the US, it has recruited tennis legend, Billie Jean King, as part of its US Open sponsorship.
Tagging King in its tweet about the controversial campaign this week, Moderna’s official corporate account said:
@BillieJeanKing changed tennis and paved the way for athletes by creating a new standard of equity in sports. We believe that challenging convention is critical to changing the world, and we are proud to partner with @BillieJeanKing as we kick off our engagement at the @usopen. pic.twitter.com/vZLEQLn6zt— Moderna (@moderna_tx) August 23, 2022
Moderna has also created a #ChangeMakers hashtag that runs with an accompanying 30-second video. The video has a dramatic violin overture and shows an old TV sitting on a tennis court playing clips of King’s matches.
It then quickly flips to a full-screen version of King winning a point in a 1970s match, with Moderna’s text saying: “She changed tennis. She changed the way women get paid. She changed history.”
We flip again to King today, sitting courtside and saying directly to the camera: “Be ahead of your time. That’s how you transform the world.” It ends with a quote: “Here’s to the change makers.”
This is a clear message about Moderna itself, which identifies as a so-called “change-maker” by being one of the first companies in the world to use mRNA technology in vaccines.
Just this week, Moderna finished its submission to the FDA for a new emergency use authorization for its tweaked Covid vaccine. Now the pharmaceutical giant claims that unlike its original Covid vaccine, which was authorized in late 2020, the new shot targets “subvariants” of the omicron variant.
In 2021, Moderna reaped $17.7 billion in Spikevax (Covid “vaccine”) sales. For 2022, the biotech has already locked up advanced purchase agreements for its shot worth $21 billion.