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Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has been granted a visa to compete in the Australian Open in January, the Australian government confirmed Thursday, a year after he was deported from the country over his refusal to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Novak Djokovic is free to pursue a 22nd Grand Slam title in Melbourne, where he holds the record with nine singles titles, in January 2023.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Novak Djokovic is set to be granted ... have to come from the 35-year-old Serbian tennis star. The 21-time Grand Slam singles champion wasn’t allowed to defend his Australian Open title this year after a tumultuous 10-day legal ...
The Australian government confirmed that tennis star Novak Djokovic will be allowed into the country to compete in the Australian Open in January.
Australian Open boss and Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley insists the governing body of tennis in Australia did its best when asked about the Novak Djokovic saga. Before flying to Melbourne, Djokovic took to Instagram to announce that he was given a special medical exemption to compete at the Australian Open.
Rafael Nadal has had his say on Novak Djokovic returning to the Australian Open.Rafael Nadal has welcomed the news that Novak Djokovic can play the 2023 Australian Open, saying it’s the best outcome for everyone.
While the "will he or won't he?" question remains for No. 1 Novak Djokovic and his participation in the Australian Open, the rest of the tennis world returns to work this week to prepare for the ...
Novak Djokovic has received a travel visa to Australia and will be able to participate in January's Australian Open, his most successful grand slam.
Home; Tennis News; Novak Djokovic; Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge thinks Novak Djokovic is "the heavy favorite" to win the Australian Open title. While Djokovic was in T
Tennis authorities banned ... the government about Djokovic and that Australian Open organisers could not lobby on the Serb's behalf. "At this point ... Novak and the federal government need ...