Serbian Tennis player, Novak Djokovic’s entry to Australia for the Australian Open is denied following the cancellation of his visa, consequently facing a 10-hour stand-off with the ABF (Australian Border Force) at the Melbourne Airport. This is one of the most sordid tales of Tennis, that the world’s number one player and a three-time Australian Open Champion and vaccine septic too, d gained a medical exemption from Tennis Australian and Victoria State Government.
Tennis Australia the Tennis national governing body of Australia stated that mandatory vaccination is required to play at the opening major of the season. However, in a stunning turnaround, the Serb Serbian was stopped at the border of control, after the Australian Border Force, which is operating under the Government of Australia, deemed the evidence supporting the medical exemption of Djokovic which is insufficient.
Novak Djokovic mounting a new legal challenge
At present, the Serbian great has mounted a legal challenge, and the consequence of this thing will be seen on Monday. This month as well as the present Australian open season is certainly very necessary for Novak Djokovic to bear great chances to beat the legendary Roger Federer and the Great Rafael Nadal.
All three of them are currently on 20 Grand Slams, and if any one of these three wins the present Championship, will cross the others. And Novak Djokovic considering his current form has the biggest chance to secure this achievement. The Serbian player equalled the other too winning his last Grand Slam which was the iconic Wimbledon on July 11, 2021.
On the verge of winning the title
There are maximum chances for Novak Djokovic to secure the win in the Australian Open. Like Roger Federer is the King of Wimbledon, and Rafael Nadal is the King of the French Open, and similarly, Novak Djokovic is the king of the Australian Open and maximum chances are there for the Serbian to win the championship.
Hence, fans are expecting that the issues that the great Serbian player is facing gets over soon and build the record of winning the most number of Grand Slams in the history of the Tennis Sport.
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