The Australian Open was largely overshadowed by the vaccine controversy earlier this year, and stars such as Novak Djokovic were forced out of the country. But now the case has taken a shocking turn.
Voracova is allowed back into Australia: Earlier in the year, tennis player Renata Vorakova (38) was unable to enter Australia because she was not vaccinated – and missed the Australian Open. Now Czech has surprisingly got his visa back. states that”tennisworldusa.org“. Officials justified the return, saying Vorakova “did not make any false statements about her vaccination status” upon entry.
Djokovic’s Little Hope: The ruling offers a glimmer of hope for unvaccinated superstar Novak Djokovic, 35, who was also denied entry due to lack of vaccine protection. However, the tennis star has given false information, so his visa is unlikely to be revoked.
A long before and after Australian Open: Djokovic’s eviction from Australia in January caused a stir. After days of legal battles, the Serbian was denied entry, meaning he missed the Australian Open. It could happen again now.
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