Novak Djokovic, in the worst scandal of his life: six hours held at Australia airport

Novak Djokovic is in the most brilliant scandal of his career because I cannot enter Australia, in order to compete in the Grand Slam, due to your medical exemption and also with potential problems about your requested visa.

According The Age, the plane carrying the tennis player landed at almost 11:30 p.m. at Melbourne’s Tullamarine International Airport, in Victoria, but the Serbian was unable to enter the country and has been in an interrogation that has passed the six hours of retention.

As expected, the scandal also exploded in the native country of Novak Djokovic, and several media denounced that the tennis player is incommunicado, because they prevent him from having his cell phone and talking to his staff because he is escorted by policemen who monitor his movements.

Now, the issue has gone from being sports and is a global issue in which the special permission that Nole requested to compete in the Australia Open with his medical exemption is debated.

And as if that were not enough, the Prime Minister of Australia had harsh words against Novak Djokovic, making it clear that he has to meet certain requirements if he wants to enter the country.

“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 everyone else and you will go back on the next plane,” said Scott Morrison.