Novak Djokovic: evidence appears that would deny an excuse to play the Australian Open

The name of Novak Djokovic continues to be involved in controversy after trying to enter Australia without having been vaccinated by presenting a medical exemption for being infected with COVID-19 on December 16. This evidence has been called into question, which would show that the Serbian athlete had lied.

The PCR test he presented upon arrival at Melbourne airport continues to raise doubts. In the last hours, the New York Times reporter Ben Rothenberg published some images that show how, when scanning the QR of the report, the test result is seen to be negative. Later, that negative became positive.

That would not be all, the Australian authorities are investigating a possible lie of the number 1 in the world in an entry document to the country in which he assured that he had not visited any third country in the previous two weeks, which could lead to his visa being canceled again.

A source from the federal government confirmed this Tuesday, January 11, to The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper that the travel statement where Novak Djokovic checked the box “no” in the question of whether he had made any trips during the 14 days prior to arrival in the country.

According to the medical documents presented, the Serbian athlete was infected with coronavirus on December 16, he spent Christmas in Belgrade, according to the photographs published on social networks, before moving to Spain, from where he left on January 4 for Melbourne, Australia.