The Serb Novak Djokovic is allowed to move freely in Australia. The number one in the world rankings consulted with his lawyers in a law firm. This should have left Djokovic now. Immigration Secretary Alex Hawke could theoretically revoke the visa. Novak Djokovic’s parents spoke about current developments at a press conference. In addition to father Srdjan and mother Dijana, his brother Djordje and his uncle also took part in the press conference. Father Srdjan emphasized: “He did not let himself be brought to his knees. The situation was difficult for us. He (Novak) is so mentally strong and a fantastic person. “
Srdjan Djokovic also pointed out at the press conference that he had submitted all the necessary documents to the press conference. “The last few days have been incredibly difficult. For many hours he was even completely alone. He also had no contact with his supervisors, his lawyers. After a few hours they finally gave him back the cell phone, ”said Srdjan Djokovic. His lawyers did a fantastic job, according to the world number one father.
For days there has been a stir about the “Djoker” because he wanted to take part in the Australian Open as an unvaccinated athlete. But he was denied entry without further ado. Problems with the visa followed. He then presented a certificate of recovery. Today, Monday morning, Djokovic was acquitted in court. Accordingly, his objection to his denied entry to Australian was granted. “We are all human, we have all rights,” emphasized Father Srdjan. Tennis is Novak Djokovic’s work and love at the same time. “He just wanted to go to Australia to play tennis. They wanted to take this right away from him, “criticized Srdjan Djokovic and added at the end of his statement:” We are celebrating the victory, we are celebrating with Novak. “
His brother Djordje also spoke up at the press conference: “It was a very long night for us. He commended Judge Anthony Kelly for showing “the world the truth and nothing but the truth”. It is not yet clear whether the “Djoker” will actually be allowed to take part in the Australian Open. In any case, numerous supporters of Djokovic gathered in the center of Melbourne. The police even had to use pepper spray against the raging crowd.