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Novak Djokovic Refused Entry Into Australia – NYT

Following a 10-hour standoff, the Serbian was held overnight amid questions about whether he was exempt from the entry requirement to verify he received coronavirus vaccines

In Melbourne, the median house price jumped 0.5 per cent to $1,002,464 with apartment values sliding 0.4 per cent to $624,158. Photo: AFP


Novak Djokovic, the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player, travelled on Wednesday from Dubai to Australia, but was told he would need to leave the country, The New York Times reported.

Following a 10-hour standoff at a Melbourne airport, the Serbian was held overnight amid doubt about the validity of his visa and questions on why he should be exempt from the entry requirement that all non-citizens must verify that they have received two coronavirus vaccines.

Read the full report: The New York Times.





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