The tennis star left the country on Sunday after the decision to cancel the visa for the second time came into force.
Here is the schedule for all events.
Djokovic has been granted a temporary entry visa to Australia to compete in the Australian Open, a tournament in which the 34-year-old has won nine times. Djokovic applied for a visa in October or November 2021.
Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt has reportedly written to Australian Open տնօրեն Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley that Covid-19 infection alone has not met quarantine requirements for the past six months without complete vaccination. : In the country, it is said about the leak of the letter published in the local Australian media.
Tennis Australia has reportedly sent a letter to the players stating that the Covid-19 infection during the last six months, along with a letter accompanying a doctor, qualifies as a valid medical exception. “The players have until December 10 to submit their medical discharge applications,” said a leak in a local Australian media outlet.
Djokovic is taking part in a basketball game in Belgrade, after which it was reported that a number of people tested positive for Covid-19, according to a statement posted on Djokovic’s Instagram on January 12, 2021.
Djokovic is undergoing a rapid antigen test, which is negative, as he is taking an officially approved PCR test “out of extreme caution,” Djokovic said in a statement.
Djokovic’s PCR test result is positive later that day, according to a copy of his test result, but his January 12 statement said he had not been notified of the PCR test only after the December 17 tennis event.
He was later photographed at two events, according to images posted on his foundation’s official social networks, with none of the participants wearing masks.
Djokovic is taking part in a tennis event in Belgrade to present prizes to children who have previously passed a rapid antigen test, which was negative, Djokovic said in a statement.
Various photos of Djokovic were posted on the Facebook page of the Belgrade Tennis Association, which were taken next to a group of young people at the tennis awards ceremony. One photo shows that at least 26 people, mostly young people, are being photographed with him. No measures of social distance are observed, they do not wear masks.
At some point after the event, Djokovic was notified of a positive PCR test, according to his statement.
Djokovic is in the center of the Belgrade tennis court to interview L’Equipe and take a series of photos. His statement says that he was at a social distance and wore a mask, except when he was photographed.
On January 12, a French sports newspaper reported that journalist Frank Ramela and photographer Etienne Garnier had not been told that Djokovic was Covid-positive before, during or after an interview with a tennis star in Belgrade.
The article in L’Equipe says that Ramella has been negative for Covid-19 ever since. Garnier’s health condition is not mentioned there.
Djokovic had a negative virus test, according to his testimony.
• December 23
Djokovic has antibodies to the coronavirus, according to a document issued by the Serbian Institute of Public Health, which confirms the tennis player’s claim that he recovered from Covid-19 when he arrived in Australia for the Australian Open.
CNN contacted the Serbian Institute of Public Health in Belgrade to ask if the antibodies could be due to the previous infection in June 2020.
By the end of the year, videos and pictures show Djokovic in Spain, Serbia, Serbia, two weeks before leaving for Australia. Djokovic said “no” to the travel declaration when asked if he had traveled in the 14 days prior to his arrival in Australia, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
Djokovic’s team submits a travel statement to the Australian Home Office informing them that it has been assessed և he is free from quarantine under the credentials.
Djokovic is receiving a border travel permit from the state government of Victoria, according to his credentials, where Melbourne is located, where the Australian Open will take place.
Leaving Spain yesterday, Djokovic arrives in Melbourne around midnight. His passport is taken, he is escorted to a small room, where, according to his testimony, he is interviewed by border guards.
At a news conference, Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed a letter sent by Health Minister Hunt to Tennis Australia on November 29 stating that the Covid-19 infection alone had not met quarantine requirements for the past six months.
The Australian Border Patrol (ABF) is investigating whether Djokovic made a false travel statement before arriving in Australia.
Djokovic says his team has provided additional information to the Australian Government to clarify the issue of his travel declaration.
However, Australian Border Patrol (ABF) officials are investigating possible discrepancies in Djokovic’s December PCR test, as well as during the days when he was positive about Covid-19 in Serbia, a source familiar with the investigation said. CNN.
While awaiting a decision on whether he could stay in Australia, Djokovic drew with Serbia’s Miomir Ketsmanovic in the first round of the Australian Open.
The Australian Immigration Minister has revoked Djokovic’s visa ahead of the Australian Open, saying it was in the public interest to do so.
Djokovic was arrested by Australian authorities before a court hearing on his case.
The Serb loses his appeal in court and is deported from Australia. He says he is “extremely disappointed” and is flying to Dubai.
The previous version of this schedule incorrectly indicated the number of Djokovic’s well-known events on December 16.