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Now it seems clear: there will be no exceptions for unvaccinated tennis players; those who want to enter must show a double COVID-19 vaccination. "The government set the boundaries and stated that you have to be double-vaccinated to enter Australia," Hawke said on ABC radio. This is reported by the Australian newspaper The Age.
Djokovic, a nine-time Australian Open champion, caught COVID-19 last year when he hosted a tennis tournament in Belgrade, Serbia. Afterwards, he posted on Instagram to say he was "deeply sorry our tournament has caused harm."
Political leaders in Australia says tennis players who haven’t received a COVID-19 vaccination are unlikely to get a visa to enter the country for the first major of 2022 at Melbourne Park.
Novak Djokovic's involvement in the 2022 Australian Open is in major doubt due to a COVID-19 vaccine mandate imposed in the state of Victoria. The Grand Slam event kicks off the Tennis calendar in ...
Novak Djokovic: plan for the rest of the season is, criticism of the media & unsafe Australian Open. While Novak Djokovic has fixed his plans for the rest of the 2021 season, the Serb left it open in an interview with Sport Blic whether he will start at the Australian Open next year.