Australia continues to study the deportation of Djokovic

Novak Djokovic He still does not have all of them with him to be able to play the first Grand Slam of the season. Australia is still studying whether to deport the number one in the ATP, after a day in which the latest findings play against the Serbian. In the declarations and information presented by Nole There are several contradictions and it could have negative consequences for him. The final decision on his situation could come on Wednesday, just one day before the draw for the main draw of the Open de Australia.

This Thursday the draw for the main pictures of the Open de Australia and the big question is: will the name of Novak Djokovic, ATP number one and defender of the title? There is still no answer, despite the fact that the Serbian tennis player was released on Monday and took the opportunity to train at the facilities where the first Grand Slam of the season will be held from January 17 to 30. “Despite everything that has happened, I want to stay and try to compete in the Australian Open,” said Djokovic.

During the day of this Tuesday in Australia they have continued studying whether to proceed to the deportation of Novak Djokovic in application of a Migration Law that allows Minister Alex Hawke to use his “personal power” and withdraw the visa from the Belgrade tennis player. In addition, the latest findings play against the nicknamed as Mr. Melbourne, for his nine Australian Open titles.

Various contradictions in your statement

Australian authorities are investigating whether Djokovic provided false information in the questionnaire upon arrival in Melbourne. The Serbian tennis player assured that he had not traveled or had any intention of traveling in the 14 days prior to his arrival in the country. aussies, as it appears in the questionnaire dated January 1. However, there are several images in which Djokovic appears in Belgrade on Christmas Day and later training in Marbella before the end of the year.

Another matter that also needs clarification has to do with the QR of the report of his positive for coronavirus on December 16. At first, when scanning said QR, the result was negative and later it became positive. That coronavirus contagion was the one that the Serbian used to request medical exemption and be able to play the Australian Open despite not being vaccinated.

A contagion that, on the other hand, did not prevent him from participating in various acts with children, doctors and in a photo session in the two subsequent days. A matter that his family did not want to clarify in a press conference offered on Monday. As soon as they were asked about it, Novak’s brother closed the appearance.

It seems that the key day to resolve the situation regarding Novak Djokovic, if he can continue in Australia and, therefore, play the Melbourne tournament, or if he has to leave the country will be taken this Wednesday, January 12, just one day before that the Australian Open draw takes place.

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