WICKED TRAP for the NO VAX Djokovic. The Tennis Emperor Lured and then Blocked by Australia
by Carlo Domenico Cristofori
All article in Italian in the links below can be read in English with simultaneous machine translation
SAD EPILOGUE 16 JANUARY – 9 AM CET
The three federal judges – James Allsop, Anthony Besanko and David O’Callaghan – called to judge the case of the world’s number 1 tennis player have unanimously voted in favor of the decision by which the government canceled the visa of the 34-year-old tennis player Serbian. Djokovic’s team of lawyers has waived further appeals, which among other things would not allow Djokovic to play.
Now the n. 1 of the world awaits expulsion from the country. He has to pack up, leave the infamous Park Hotel refugee accommodation where he was re-locked up.
UPDATE 9 JANUARY – 9 PM CET
For the Australian government, Covid infection is not a sufficient reason to obtain medical exemption and Novak Djokovic has not provided further clear evidence of a contraindication to the vaccine.
The Serbian champion cannot therefore enter the country nor take part in the Australian Open, and regardless of the judgment of the Court called to rule on the cancellation of the visa, the choice of not letting Djokovic enter Australia is the responsibility of the Government.
A hearing is underway before the Melbourne Court (judge A. Kelly) which will have to express its opinion on the legality of the cancellation of the visa. This may not be enough to keep Djokovic in the country but it would still be a major victory for him in his battle for human rights against the obsessive health dictatorship of the Australian authorities.
UPDATE JANUARY 8 – 1 PM CET
World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic was exempted from Covid vaccination because he contracted the virus in December, his lawyers said in a court filing in Melbourne. “The date of the first positive test for Covid PCR was recorded on December 16, 2021”, explains the act whose aim is to reverse the cancellation of the visa to enter Australia.
World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has asked to be transferred from the Melbourne hotel transformed into a facility for irregular travelers so that he can train for the Australian Open, his lawyers said.
UPDATE OF 6 JANUARY 2022 – 1 PM CET
«The number one tennis player in the world Novak Djokovic will remain in Melbourne at least until Monday, the day in which the decision on the appeal presented by the Serbian tennis player against the expulsion that would prevent him from participating in the Australian Open. The tennis player is stuck at Carlton’s Park Hotel where he cannot leave under Australian immigration regulations. Unvaccinated, the number 1 in world tennis arrived in the country with a special exemption to participate in the Grand Slam tournament, starting on 17 January in Melbourne» writes RAI News.
However, his visa was not judged to be regular and the Serbian was expelled. A decision against which Djokovic has decided to appeal. The Judge Anthony Kelly adjourned the case at 10am Monday, one week before the start of the Australian Open. Djokovic’s legal challenge began Thursday afternoon, but Judge Kelly twice postponed the hearing because he had not received the written material filed by the Djokovic’s lawyer.