Novak Djokovic: Australia denied him entry and was deported, he will miss the Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic is a trend today on social networks because he was detained at the airport in Australia by problems with your visa and a medical exemption, a situation that was decisive for the authorities who denied him entry into the country.

According to the Australian press, the athlete – considered number one in the world – was deported and his visa was canceled. What’s more, you should leave the country as soon as possible.

Novak Djokovic, from medical exemption to world problem

Nole, as he is known in the world of tennis, he lives a nightmare since he does not have a visa, he was prohibited from entering, he was detained for more than eight hours and he will be left without the first championship of the year which is the Australia Open.

This situation has put the presidents of Serbia (Novak Djokovic’s country) and Australia, because both leaders have raised their voices with a not so friendly tone.

The president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, indicated that the Australian authorities have committed a crime against Novak Djokovic and, in addition, accused of “mistreatment” for the way in which they have treated the athlete.

Likewise, the Australian authorities began to force the tennis player to leave the country, a scene that the Serbian who only wanted to play the Australia Open never thought to live, but the medical exemption was not well seen in the aforementioned nation.

The tension was already installed previously, because the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, had a harsh comment about the entry into the country of Novak Djokovic.

“When you arrive, you have to prove that you are not vaccinated for medical reasons. If the tests are insufficient, you will be treated the same as the others and you will go back on the next plane,” he said.

What happened to Novak Djokovic’s visa?

According to the local press, a member of the Novak Djokovic made the visa application wrong and did not take into account the exemption for not vaccinated. Then, having an irregularity with his visa, Australia said no to the best tennis player on the planet.

What is Novak Djokovic’s medical exemption?

Tennis player Novak Djokovic obtained a medical exemption that allows him to play the first Grand Slam of the year, so he has no vaccines against the new coronavirus COVID-19. However, the Australian authorities did not allow their entry until Nole Present your vaccination card, which you do not have.

Novak Djokovic will appeal to Justice to enter Australia

According to Novak Djokovic’s environment, the Serb is already thinking of a strategy to enter Australia without having vaccines against the coronavirus and enforce his medical exemption. Nole’s lawyers will appeal the Australian authorities’ decision.