Most of it has been directed at the authorities, be they in the federal or the Victorian state government.
There's almost a sense of incredulity at how the situation has been mishandled - the monumental breakdown in communication and the political tussling.
Djokovic, who is not the most popular of tennis players here, was expected to land late on Wednesday to a wave of Australian ire.
At that point the story seemed fairly straightforward.
A world-famous athlete, who has publicly said he is opposed to vaccination, granted an exemption to play at the Australian Open in a country that has implemented some of the world's strictest Covid-19 measures.
It was hardly surprising that it caused an outcry in a country whose citizens had been told that full vaccination was the condition to freedom of movement and travel.
But after Djokovic touched down at Melbourne Airport, things became a little murky.
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