World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic is currently in Australia and is preparing for the Australian Open 2022. However, he has to suffer due to first medical examination and then visa reasons. Even on Friday, Novak Djokovic waited to hear whether the Australian government would cancel his visa for a second time as he plays at the Australian Open starting Monday, where he looks to win a record 21st Grand Slam. Will try
Defending champion Novak Djokovic, seeded top in Thursday’s draw, will face Serbia’s Miomir Kekmanovic in his opening match. This match may be held on Monday or Tuesday. Meanwhile, the Serbian tennis star’s decision to revoke her visa could start a second court battle after a court had earlier canceled her revocation and released her from immigration detention on Monday.
Melbourne’s The Age newspaper quoted a source as saying Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s Liberal Party said the government was “inclining strongly” towards revoking visas. Djokovic is yet to be vaccinated, and there was anger in Australia when he announced last week that he would be heading to Melbourne for the Australian Open, which will require guests to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Medical exemption is given.
Australia has endured some of the longest lockdowns in the world. There is currently a 90 percent vaccination rate among adults, and nearly a million cases of an Omicron have been reported in the past two weeks. Meanwhile, Finance Minister Simon Birmingham said on television on Friday morning that the visa decision was related to the country’s immigration minister, Alex Hawke, but overall the government’s policies were clear as glass.
He told Channel 9, “That is, people who enter Australia, who are not Australian citizens, should be vaccinated with a double dose, unless they have a clear and valid medical exemption against it.” Ho.” At the same time, the organizers of the Australian Open say that the image of the tournament and the city has been tarnished by Djokovic’s visa and vaccination dispute.