Waiting to know the final decision of the Australian Immigration Minister on whether it is definitively withdrawing the Visa to Novak Djokovic, and after the latest news that has come upon the error in his entry form to Melbourne and suspicions on a possible counterfeit of his Negative PCR test, the protagonist of history has responded to all this in its Instagram.
It is the second time that is pronounced since last January 5 was arrested by Australian Border Agents at Melbourne Airport and on Monday a judge revoked the decision of the authorities to cancel his visa to be able to compete at the Australian Open . In the publication of him in the social network he has said that he wants to "address the continuous erroneous information about my activities and assistance to events in December in the period prior to my positive result in the PCR test."
Djokovic arrived in Australia with a medical exemption to the vaccine because he had given positive in a PCR on December 16. The tennis star tells that that day a rapid test of antigens was made, which threw a negative result, after attending a couple before a basketball game in Belgrade in which several people were positive. He also became a PCR test that same day.
The next day (December 17) he went to the tennis event where he delivered trophies to children after doing another rapid trial of antigens he also gave negative. She received the result of her PCR test, which was positive, at the end of that event. In its publication on Instagram he continues to explain that he had the next day (December 18) a "long-standing commitment" for an interview with L'équipe in her felt "forced" to attend and used a mask all the time except when Took the photo. He admits that this was "a mistake of judgment".
The tennis player has also responded to research on the Australian authorities about whether he had lied in an entrance form to the border, marking the box that he had not traveled outside Serbia in the previous two weeks upon arrival, when he was training In Marbella before taking the plane to Melbourne.
"My travel statement was completed by my support team and my agent sincerely apologizes for the administrative error by checking the wrong box," says Djokovic, adding that it was a "human error and certainly not deliberate".
According to Australian media and has confirmed the tennis player in his letter, the Legar of Serbian team has provided the Australian government "additional information on this matter" that would try to give arguments to the Minister of Immigration, Alex Hawke, to leave tennis player Defend the title at Australia Open.
Extensive extended to the case that will probably delay the Minister's final decision further, which can resort to Section 133 of the Migration Law that gives an exceptional power to cancel the Djokovic visa again if it considers that the Serb "represents a risk For the health, safety or good order of the Australian community. "Updated Date: 11 January 2022, 22:59