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After all, Djokovic wants to play in the "Australian Open"!

After all, Djokovic wants to play in the “Australian Open”!

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Australian Open director Craig Tyle, who is tennis’ first Grand Slam, confirmed on Sunday that Serbia’s world number one Novak Djokovic wants to take part in the 2023 edition, believing it was due to corruption that led to his deportation this year. Bad communication “.
Djokovic, who has not been vaccinated against the “Kovit-19” vaccine, was asked by the Australian broadcaster ABC if he would like to return next year, but Daily said, “Yes, that would be his intention.” Competition despite this year’s events.
“At the end of the day, he is number one in the world and he loves the Australian Open so much,” he added.
But the prime minister of Melbourne’s state of Victoria insisted that Djokovic would not be allowed to play until he was vaccinated.
“Nadal is right, we could have avoided this whole story if he had been vaccinated,” Daniel Andrews told reporters.
Djokovic has won the Australian Championship 9 times (one record) and is aiming for his tenth title this year, which will lead to a record number of titles at the Grand Slam, which he currently shares with Nadal, finishing eighth in the final today. , And Roger Federer (20 each) Who are they?
Daily explained that it was a continuing change in the circumstances that led to Djokovic’s dismissal before the match and the miscommunication with the federal government, after he was initially granted an exception signed by the chief medical officer of the Australian Tennis Association. Enter Australia without getting the corona vaccine.
Tyley, president of the Australian Football Association, said the latter worked with national authorities, but considering the growing nature of the Omigron variant, “there was a lot of discrepancy and complexity in the information obtained.”
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Djokovic’s eviction.
Djokovic clarified that he was infected with the “Govit-19” virus six months before his arrival in Australia, which made it possible to obtain a medical exemption without being vaccinated. But he was deported after ten days of legal action and a few days in custody.
Asked if the Australian Football Association expects to sue Djokovic to cover his legal and travel expenses, Daly said: “No.

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