Novak Djokovic is a great player but “Oz has the right to kick him out”: Shane Warne

Shane Warne comments on Novak Djokovic’s Govt job saga.© AFP

Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne said on Friday Novak Djokovic Covid has the right not to get the job but Australia is also allowed to deport the world’s number one men’s singles tennis player. Djokovic admitted on Wednesday that he had conducted a live media interview and photoshoot in December despite knowing he was Govit-19 positive. Djokovic, who underwent an ‘official and recognized’ PCR test on December 16, also revealed that he did not receive a positive PCR test result until he attended a tennis event in Belgrade on December 17 and presented awards to children.

During the above days, the Serbian also did a quick antigen test, which was tested negative twice.

“Novak is a great tennis player & one of the best of all time. No doubt. But he’s lying on the entry forms. ! Do you agree? #Shumbles “Shane Warne tweeted.

After learning of the COVID’s positive result, Djokovic completed a ‘long-term commitment’ to a media interview and a photoshoot for a French daily at his tennis center in Belgrade on December 18.

However, Djokovic admitted that giving the interview was an error of judgment and that he needed to change the commitment.

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After the tennis star won his legal appeal on practical grounds on Monday, the border official canceled the initial decision to revoke his visa.


Judge Anthony Kelly of Australia’s Federal Circuit and Family Court annulled Djokovic’s visa revocation, confirming that the 20 – time Grand Slam winner will be allowed to stay in Australia.

Djokovic was also ordered to be released from custody immediately with his passport and “personal consequences.”

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