Highlights

  • Djoko had learnt nothing from the Adria tour fiasco
  • Djoko reportedly fabricated his travel declaration form
  • Djoko detained twice, the federal court had once ruled in his favour

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The Covid-19 vaccination sceptic apparently fabricated travel declaration form, spent 72 hours in detention centre, fought for his visa to only get deported, failing to appear for his record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title.

The Serbian Superstar had some start to the year!

The Covid-19 vaccination sceptic apparently fabricated the travel declaration form, gave it his all, spent 72 hours in detention centre, fought for his visa to only get deported from Australia, failing to appear for his record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title.

Despite facing the brunt of Covid-19 once, despite apologising for a mistake that led to several positive cases including him as well, Djokovic stayed firm on his vaccination take.

Also Read 'Respect court's ruling': Djokovic confirms to leave Australia after losing legal battle

In June last year, the Tennis star had organised the Adria tour. Amid loads of positive Covid-19 cases and deaths in the world, around 2000 people participated in the event where the norms went for a toss. Top players like Aleksander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov were seen flouting the Covid regulations as they ended up contracting the disease.

Here’s a look at how a whole month marred with controversies led to his deportation!

Dec 16: Djoko tested positive for Covid-19 for 2nd time

Dec 17: Serb ace attended charity event in Belgrade

-Seen meeting people maskless at the event

Dec 18: Didn’t follow isolation norms, gave an interview to Serb media

Dec 22: Djoko tested negative for Covid-19

Dec 30: Medical exemption granted to Djoko Tennis Aus

-Medical experts, Victorian government reviewed it

Jan 2: Victorian govt issued travel permit to Djoko

-Djoko: did not travel in 14 days before departing
-Djoko was reportedly seen in Spain & Belgrade

Jan 4: Hue and cry in Aus after Djoko confirmed to take part in Aus Open

Jan 5: Djoko reached Melbourne, stopped reportedly for 8 hours

Jan 6: Aus Border Force detained the 21 time Grand Slam winner

-He was sent to a Melbourne detention centre

Jan 7: Protesters erupted outside the detention facility

-‘Illogical decision’, Djoko’s lawyers file an appeal

Jan 10: After 72 hours, Aus court rules in favour of Djoko

-Defending champion got a green signal to play in Aus Open

Jan 11: Djoko’s travel declaration was false: Reports

-While he practiced, Aus citizens rejected court’s move

Jan 14: After harsh criticism, immigration minister revokes Djoko’s visa once again

-‘Djoko’s behaviour can foster anti-vaccination sentiment in Aus’

Jan 15: Djoko brought back to Melbourne detention centre

-Djoko’s lawyer once again file an appeal

Jan 16: Aus Federal Court uphold Govt’s decision

-Djoko confirms that he will leave Australia

-Extremely disappointed, will now take some time to rest’

Visa-less Djokovic has been deported now, might face a 3-year long ban from Australia.

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