Despite being banned from entering Australia for the next three years, Djokovic will still be able to attend the 2023 Australian Open under certain circumstances.
Banned from entering Australia for 3 years Djokovic can still attend the Australian Open 2023
This morning (January 17), in an interview with Australian media, Prime Minister Scott Morrison left open the possibility of allowing Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic to attend the Australian Open 2023 in some schools. certain combinations without necessarily complying with the three-year travel ban.
Although he did not give any guarantees, when asked to comment on the possibility that Djokovic could enter Australia after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, Mr. Morrison said the world’s top tennis player could return to Australia. return to Australia three years earlier under the appropriate circumstances and that will be considered at a specific time.
Prime Minister Morrison once again emphasized the mandatory regulation of Covid-19 vaccination for foreigners if they want to enter Australia and this regulation is set up to protect people. Prime Minister Morrison also said that he was once accused of racism when Australia was one of the first countries to close its border with China right after the Covid-19 epidemic broke out in the country. However, this tough decision has saved more than 40,000 Australian lives from the pandemic.
Last night (January 16), Djokovic left Australia after the Australian Federal Court issued the final ruling regarding the Immigration Department’s decision to cancel the visa of this country for the world’s top tennis player.
The Australian government believes that Djokovic does not meet the conditions to enter Australia because the Serbian tennis player has not been vaccinated against Covid-19. In addition, the tennis player’s refusal to receive the vaccine could provoke anti-vaccination sentiment and civil unrest in Australia.
Despite the absence of world number one Djokovic, the Australian Open 2022 tennis tournament has still opened with the first matches from 7am this morning (January 17).
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