Australia Denies Entry To Tennis Star Novak Djokovic But Apparently Let At Least Two Other Players Into Country With Same COVID Exemption

Fans came out in support of Djokovic, who faces deportation from Australia. © AFP


The Australian Border Force is investigating reports that several individuals were allowed into the country with similar exemptions to Novak Djokovic before the Serbian tennis star was ordered to return home.

Australian immigration officials face accusations of scapegoating the world’s number one tennis player after he was detained and ultimately ordered to leave Australia amid a furious row which has gripped the sport.

The saga could be set for further twists after the country’s Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews pledged to investigate reports which suggest that immigration laws may not have have been applied equally.

It was reported that at least two other people connected to the Australian Open were granted permission to enter despite having similar exemptions to Djokovic.

ABC reporter Andrew Greene tweeted: “Tennis Australia is believed to have granted exemption letters to two other individuals which don’t meet Australian government entry requirements. Australian Border Force officials are now investigating their cases.”

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