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Australia rolls out red carpet after Novak Djokovic: ‘Let’s welcome him’

“We welcome him to Australia,” Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley told reporters.

“I have a lot of confidence in the Australian people. I’m very confident that the fans will respond the way we hope,” the Australian Open director said confidently of Djokovic’s reception in Australia.

From a sporting perspective, he is looking at his first Grand Slam in 2023 as a 35-year-old. “I think he’s going to be the guy to beat again,” Tiley said.


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Djokovic was kicked out of Australia last January because he wanted to compete in the “Happy Slam” without a Covid-19 vaccine and with a medical exemption.

Djokovic feels comfortable at the Australian Open

Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke justified the decision to send the Serb home before the start of the tournament by protecting health and public order in Australia.

The 21-time Grand Slam winner was also banned from traveling for three years. It took Australia in November.

The Australian Open is considered Djokovic’s favorite tournament. He has already won nine times in Melbourne.

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