Novak Djokovic has publicly voiced opposition to vaccines and refused to mention whether or not he’s vaccinated.© AFP
Unvaccinated tennis stars are not going to get visas to play within the Australian Open, a neighborhood reliable warned Tuesday, throwing protecting champion Novak Djokovic’s participation into critical doubt. Victoria state premier Dan Andrews stated he anticipated no exceptions from Australia’s Covid-19 vaccine laws for gamers competing in January’s Grand Slam. “I don’t think an unvaccinated tennis player is going to get a visa to come into this country,” Andrews stated. “The virus doesn’t care what your tennis ranking is or how many Grand Slams you’ve won,” he added.
“And if they did get a visa they would probably have to quarantine for a couple of weeks, when no other players have to.”
International primary Djokovic has publicly voiced opposition to vaccines and refused to mention whether or not he’s vaccinated in opposition to the coronavirus.
He has gained 3 back-to-back Australian Opens and can be looking to protected a record-breaking twenty first primary in Melbourne — Victoria’s capital — after falling quick at the United States Open in September.
Andrews additionally indicated that any one hoping to wait Method One’s Australian Grand Prix would additionally need to be vaccinated.
“The Grand Prix is in April, I don’t think there is going to be crowds for the Grand Prix made up of people who have not been double-dosed,” Andrews stated.
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