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Djokovic admits Australia travel form 'mistake,' not isolating after a positive test

 

Djokovic admits Australia travel form 'mistake,' not isolating after a positive test

Djokovic admits Australia travel form 'mistake,' not isolating after a positive test
Djokovic admits Australia travel form 'mistake,' not isolating after a positive test

Novak Djokovic admitted Wednesday that he had given a false statement on his Australian entry form and failed to identify himself immediately after testing the Covid-19 last month.


The latest controversy over the tennis star's visa issue comes as government officials continue to discuss whether to expel her before the Australian Open next week.


Djokovic, 34, admitted on his Instagram page that he wanted to talk about what he called "ongoing false information" about his departure after being tested for the virus on December 16, which his lawyers said gave him reasons for not being allowed to enter Australia. . and entering the tournament even though they are not vaccinated.


His release was denied and the visa revoked, and the Serbian star was kept in solitary confinement before a judge ordered his release earlier this week. The noise shook the world of tennis and added fuel to the global debate on the Covid-19 vaccination guidelines. In his post, Djokovic said he attended a basketball game in Belgrade on December 14 which inspired many good Covid-19 tests. So even though there were no symptoms, Djokovic said, he took a quick antigen test on December 16, which came back negative. But “with caution,” he also tested PCR the same day.


"I felt obligated to move forward ... but I made sure I didn't associate with people and wear a mask without being photographed," added a tennis star. "When I came home after the interview to isolate myself for the time required, I think this was a court error."


Djokovic also criticized the "human error" of his supporters who mistakenly supported him in his announcement form on a trip to Australia.


The tennis star said the mistake was "definitely not intentional."

Djokovic wanted to clarify his action following the killing of media reports reviewing his travel documents before entering Australia.


The proverb has left many Australians angry, as the omicron diversity is creating a new wave of lawsuits across the country after months of tight public travel and travel restrictions that keep many families apart. on Wednesday, but it is unclear whether he will be able to stay in the country to play in the Australian Open next week. Teams are expected to be drawn in the tournament on Thursday.


Australian Foreign Minister Alex Hawke still has the power to withdraw Djokovic's visa and deport him. 


The Australian Border Force declined to comment on whether it was investigating the inconsistency of Djokovic's declaration prior to his arrival in the country but added that providing false or misleading information or documents could lead to visa cancellations.

Djokovic Australia travel format 'accepts error,


"The next day, December 18, I was at my tennis court in Belgrade to fulfill my long-term obligation for the L'Equipe interview and photoshoot. 


"I felt compelled to continue conducting the L'Equipe interview as I did not want to disappoint the reporter, but I made sure I kept myself away from people and wore a mask unless my photo was taken.


"When I went home after the interview to isolate myself for the required time, in reflection, this was a judgmental error and I admit that I had to reorganize this obligation."

Novak Djokovic news reporters

Opinions are divided over the ongoing issue of Novak Djokovic and whether he should be allowed to defend his Australian Open title, with many taking a hard step following his refusal to be vaccinated.


Djokovic is part of a small group of top tennis players against the Covid-19 jab, although he could compete in Melbourne after a judge overturned his visa withdrawal decision.


The 34-year-old flew to Melbourne under the pretext of being released from medical treatment by Tennis Australian and Victoria officials, now known as the latest Covid-19 test.


World No 1 has been widely watched, however, following news reports she participated in a PR event with dozens of children a day after she was diagnosed with coronavirus on December 16.


Djokovic has deliberately denied any wrongdoing he posted on Instagram while also admitting that he "should have redefined this commitment," which led to further doubts as to whether the Serbian was disrespectful in his bed to enter Australia.

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Novak Djokovic has been included in the Australian Open as he waits to see if his visa will be canceled a second time until another date.


As he looks to compete for the men's record for the 21st grand slam title, Djokovic has been pulled to face teammate Miomir Kecmanović. However, Alex Hawke, Australia's foreign minister, is still deciding whether to use his powers to cancel Djokovic's visa and deport him. According to the coalition government, Djokovic arrived in Melbourne without any medical release. The Australian Open nomination event was attended by Australian Tennis chief executive Craig Tiley, who declined to comment to reporters afterward. It was also a source of great speculation as to the event, scheduled for 3 pm in Melbourne, which was postponed at the last minute for more than a Novak Djokovic has been included in the Australian Open as he waits to see if his visa will be canceled a second time until another date.


As he looks to compete for the men's record for the 21st grand slam title, Djokovic has been pulled to face teammate Miomir Kecmanović. However, Alex Hawke, Australia's foreign minister, is still deciding whether to use his powers to cancel Djokovic's visa and deport him. According to the coalition government, Djokovic arrived in Melbourne without any medical release. The Australian Open nomination event was attended by Australian Tennis chief executive Craig Tiley, who declined to comment to reporters afterward. It was also a source of great speculation as to the event, scheduled for 3 pm in Melbourne, which was postponed at the last minute for more than an hour.


The sudden postponement created speculation about Djokovic's condition, especially as Scott Morrison, the prime minister, had to make the announcement 45 minutes later. Morrison's address was about Covid's Australian laws, but during a press conference, he also said Hawke had the power to cancel visas. hour.


The sudden postponement created speculation about Djokovic's condition, especially as Scott Morrison, the prime minister, had to make the announcement 45 minutes later. Morrison's address was about Covid's Australian laws, but during a press conference, he also said Hawke had the power to cancel visas.


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