Australia deports Djokovic, but allows 23 unvaxxed players to enter


Following up on the earlier threats, and under significant political pressure from globalists, Australian officials have cancelled the entry visa of tennis world number one Novak Djokovic on Thursday for failing to meet strict entry requirements, according to a statement.

The Australian Border Force will continue to ensure that those who arrive at our border comply with our laws and entry requirements.

The ABF can confirm that Mr Djokovic failed to provide appropriate evidence to meet the entry requirements to Australia, and his visa has been subsequently cancelled.

Non-citizens who do not hold a valid visa on entry or who have had their visa cancelled will be detained and removed from Australia.

The ABF can confirm Mr Djokovic had access to his phone.​

As The BBC reports, the player arrived in Melbourne on Wednesday where authorities noticed a mistake on his application.

Djokovic was due to play in the Australian Open, after being exempted from vaccination rules.

He has been told he will be deported but his lawyers have said they will challenge the decision, Australian media report. Meanwhile, Australia quietly allowed 23 unvaxxed tennis players to enter the country while making a spectacle with Djokovic!?

The tennis star had been quizzed as if he was a terrorist in a room at Melbourne airport for hours while his visa and exemption status was being investigated. One can sense this whole thing was planned by Australian authorities.

Djokovic announced he was traveling to Melbourne for the tournament with a tweet encouraging his fans to “feel love & respect towards all beings on this wonderful planet.”

That sentiment isn’t shared in Australia, where the unvaccinated have been treated as criminals for much of the past year, having been relentlessly demonized by the media and persecuted by the state.