The Serbian champion has not been vaccinated and cannot participate in the Grand Slam tournament. But the special permission he got allows him to play
It’s official: Novak Djokovic will be in Australia. After the cancellation from the ATP Cup that alarmed the fans and the relatively few days before the start of the Australian Open, we finally have official news of the departure of the world number one, who has not been vaccinated. For Covid -19 I was able to get a special exemption for travel to Australia.
The news comes from Serbian official social channels, where a photo of him has already appeared at the airport: “I had a great time with my loved ones during the recession and today I am going to Australia with an exemption permit,” the words of Nol who will then be able to defend the title she won last year In Melbourne, she goes in search of the 10th Australian Open in her career.
The news immediately sparked a storm of controversy, especially on social media. Also because the record of injuries in Australia was recorded in 24 hours: about 50,000 (47,738), for the most part from the Omicron variant.
Jan 4, 2022 (change on Jan 4, 2022 | 12:16)
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