Australian authorities today canceled the entry of world number one Serbian star Novak Djokovic, who was detained at a Melbourne airport. Djokovic travels to Melbourne to compete in this year’s first Grand Slam, the Australian Open. “Djokovic failed to provide sufficient evidence to meet entry requirements to Australia and his visa was later revoked,” the Australian Border Force said in a statement.
“Foreigners who do not have a valid visa at the time of entry or whose visa has been revoked will be detained and deported from Australia,” it added. “The Australian Border Force will ensure that those who reach our borders comply with our laws and entry requirements,” he concluded. The Serbian president has accused Djokovic of being “mistreated” by Australia after Victorian government officials refused to support a visa application submitted by a Serbian star who arrived in Melbourne.
President Alexander Vuிக்i spoke to Djokovic on Instagram and told him that “the whole of Serbia is with him and that the authorities are taking all possible steps to end the abuse of the best tennis player in the world as soon as possible.” “Serbia Novak Djokovic will fight for justice and truth, in accordance with all standards of international common law,” he added.
“Diego”, who celebrated his medical exemption from playing in the Australian Championship 9 times, arrived in Melbourne just hours before he was suspected of being vaccinated against the corona virus. . The waiver, granted by the organizers of the Australian Open after two medical teams approved his request, has sparked outrage among Australians who have struggled with two years of locks and restrictions. But the Australian Open champion, who arrived at Melbourne Airport late on Wednesday, never crossed the border.
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