Will Novak Djokovic play at the Australian Open? The clue that gives the Serb hope.

Renata Voracova is a Czech tennis player who gained worldwide attention earlier this year after she was the victim of a bizarre incident in Australia. Her visa was canceled after she was stopped and forced to leave the country after she obtained a medical exemption to play in the first Slam of the 2022 season, in which Novak Djokovic also planned to compete.

In light of recent developments, new information about her for the coming year has become available: “She had fulfilled all requirements for obtaining her visa. She had complied with all the necessary regulations, and there was proof that she had relied on information provided by Tennis Australia and the Victorian Department of Health.

She was honest on the travel declaration, and her primary care physician provided strong medical evidence that she was at an increased risk of thrombosis.

had a legitimate reason to put off getting vaccinated “quotes Vice President of the Tribunal and Chief of the Migration and Refugee Division Jan Redfern as saying.

The Czech woman’s visa was reinstated and she can now travel to Australia without risk. With the help of The Age newspaper’s detailed explanation of the incident, the case against the Serbian champion was once again front and center.

These developments have given the native Belgradean’s devoted following reason to hope again for a concrete return to the Australian Open as soon as 2023.

Considering the present state of affairs

On the other hand, Jan Redfern emphasized, seemingly to put an end to any hopes or rumors that might have been floating around, “Unlike Nole, where the minister found evidence of her disdain for self-isolation protocols, Ms. Voracova is not opposed to vaccination.

Since there is no such evidence here, we must treat them as distinct entities “Moreover, he said. Current regulations call for a three-year ban for the former world number one.

Quick action is expected, and it is possible that Djokovic will be allowed to compete in the prestigious Australian event.