Novak Djokovic free to compete in Australian Open after judge asked important question

From the moment a judge asked what more Novak Djokovic could have done to secure his entry into Melbourne, the world’s No 1 tennis player seemed set to play in the Australian Open.

He had provided evidence of having contracted Covid-19 in December, co-operated at all times with authorities at the airport and had reason to believe he did not need to be vaccinated. 

He had met criteria set by Australia’s advisory board on immunisation, been given a travel declaration by the federal government…

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