Melbourne, January 6, 2022 – Novak Djokovicrejected byAustralia For an irregular visa, you can stay in Melbourne Until Monday January 10th. Serbian tennis player no fax, pointing to open partecipare all’Australian Thanks to the vaccine exemption, he scored his first partial victory at an online hearing attended by his attorneys. the expulsion order It won’t be implemented until Monday. Meanwhile, Djokovic’s lawyers hope to resolve the case to allow the 34-year-old from Belgrade to take part in the The tournament starts on January 17th. Djokovic in the meantime Limited to Park Hotel By Carlton, as The Age explains. The government has not contested the injunction ensuring the tennis player remains in Australia until Monday, when a new hearing is scheduled, with Judge Anthony Kelly ready to accept any items Djokovic offers.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who wrote yesterday on Twitter about respecting the rules “especially when it comes to our borders,” responded at a press conference, in Canberra, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic who asked for it Put an end to “harassment” committed to the player, he replied that Djokovic is by no means a victim of harassment. Morrison reiterated that “Australia has clear rules on its sovereign and non-discriminatory borders”, that Djokovic’s last-minute visa cancellation was in response to “reasonable application of Australian laws”. Border protection.
Nadal on the attack
Also Rif Nadal intervened in the case. He knows the rules and the consequences Face it if you haven’t been vaccinated, that’s his free choice. The world has suffered enough from the epidemic, you need to be vaccinated. I believe what the science says, “Words of the hero returning to action for the Melbourne Summer Group after recovering from Covid.” Everyone is free to do what they think is right – added the Spanish champion after the success in Ricardas Beranques -. But rules are rules, And if you don’t want to get vaccinated, you’ll run into problems: It’s a fact. After so many people have died in the past two years, I believe vaccines are the only way to stop the epidemic. This says who understands these things, and I am not one to have a different opinion. We’ve already experienced a lot, and I trust the science. If they ask me to vaccinate, I will. “I think Djokovic could have played in Australia without any problems if he wanted – concluded Nadal -. But he chose another path, he made his decision and we are all free to do it but there are consequences. From a certain point of view I feel sorry for him. But at the same time he was aware of these circumstances for several months.” Nadal contracted the virus during a performance in Dubai in late December.
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