Djokovic clarified, it is still unclear about the Australian visa

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Novak Djokovic

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  • Djokovic’s participation in the Australian Open is in doubt
  • Djokovic has been cleared to live in Australia by the court but has not been vaccinated for COVID-19

Novak Djokovic has tried to explain how mistakes were made in his immigration documents upon his arrival in Melbourne last week. Djokovic’s visa was first canceled and then reinstated in the case of the Kovid-19 vaccine, but because of this there were doubts about his participation in the Australian Open.

The statement was posted on Djokovic’s social media account on Wednesday as the world’s number one in the men’s section practiced at Rod Laver Arena with 20-year-old Australian player Tristan Schoolkett. It is still unclear if the nine-time current champion will participate in the first Grand Slam of the year starting next Monday at the Australian Open.

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The court allowed Djokovic to stay in the country, but he has not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and could still be deported. He reportedly attended events in his home country of Serbia last month despite being infected and made mistakes on immigration forms to enter Australia that could still lead to the cancellation of his visa.

Djokovic had reported on the form that he had not traveled for 14 days before taking a flight to Australia. The player, who lives in Monte Carlo, was seen in Spain and Serbia in this span of two weeks. In a statement posted on Instagram, Djokovic called the speculation “hurtful” and said he wanted to clear up the misinformation to reduce widespread public concern about his presence in Australia.

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Djokovic said he underwent rapid tests that came back negative. Later, when a positive test came back, he took precautions even though he did not present any symptoms of the disease. Speaking about the mistake made in the travel documents, he said it was produced by his colleague team.

Djokovic said: “My agent apologizes for the clerical error of checking the wrong box. This is human error and certainly unintentional.

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