UPDATE, January 10, 2022: Appeals Court allows Novak Djokovic to enter Australia, but the Australian Government reiterates threats and vows this is not over.
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BREAKING NEWS, January 7, 2022: Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, who did not disclose whether he is vaccinated against the coronavirus (and had previously survived COVID sickness), is expected to enter Australia to play the first Grand Slam of the year at the Australian Open with a medical exemption. However, upon arriving, world No. 1 was denied entry in Australia and left stranded at the airport for over five hours. The authorities rejected his visa and as of this writing, Novak is currently awaiting the resolution of the appeal he presented. His father stated: "Starting today, Novak will become a symbol and leader of the free world"
Novak is now the face of freedom and a great example of resilience despite great pressure!
In addition, 'Nole' received the support of the Serbian president, who said in a statement: "I told our Novak that the whole of Serbia is with him and that our bodies are doing everything to see that the harassment of the world's best tennis player is brought to an end immediately."
"In line with all norms of international law, Serbia will fight for Novak, truth, and justice. Novak is strong, as we all know."
We call upon the Australian government to quit the blame game, the virtue-signaling, and the threats surrounding vaccine mandates and immediately release Novak to play at the Australian Open.
We stand with Novak and send him all our support!
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