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Djokovic: ‘Thank you to everyone who supports me’ Australia cancels Voracova visa


Yesterday, the Australian border police prevented the Czech tennis player Renata Vorakova, 38, from entering the country, because she did not adhere to the anti-Covid rules, for reasons similar to those of world number one Novak Djokovic. Australian Border Force will stop her and take her to the same facility as Djokovic awaits Monday’s hearing on the deportation order, Park…

Yesterday, the Australian border police prevented the Czech tennis player Renata Vorakova, 38, from entering the country, because she did not adhere to the anti-Covid rules, for reasons similar to those of world number one Novak Djokovic. Australian Border Force will stop her and take her to the same facility as Djokovic awaits Monday’s hearing on the deportation order, the Park Hotel in Carlton, Melbourne. Voracova, ranked 81st in the world in doubles, was also asked to leave the country, where she arrived showing a vaccine exemption linked to her infection with Covid in the past six months. With Butor, he already participated in the WTA Championships in Melbourne that preceded the Open, and was eliminated in the first round. “I am locked in a room from which I cannot leave – I explained -. There is a small window that I can open to let some air through. There are guards everywhere, even in and down the corridor. My window.”

Yesterday, Djokovic also spoke for the first time, addressing his fans on social media. The #1 Serbian man in the world wrote in an Instagram story: “Thank you to people around the world for your continued support. I can hear it and it is very much appreciated.”

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Today, Djokovic will be authorized to enter France and play Roland Garros, the second Grand Slam tournament of the season. Even without vaccination. This is what the French Sports Minister, Roxana Marasinho, said on France Info radio. “An athlete who has not been vaccinated can compete in an event ‘like Roland Garros’ because the protocol, and the health bubble provided for these great events. allows it.”

Nol is the highest-paid tennis player in the world, grossing $96 million last year, according to People With Money. But for rotation doctor David Celebrity of communications group Purple & Noise PR, the story is the risk of revenue dropping 50 million next year in fewer sponsorships,

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