Djokovic could have entered Spain illegally

According to the Cadena COPE journalist Ángel García Muñiz, Novak Djokovic flew from Belgrade to Marbella on December 31 despite the fact that “only residents of Serbia who have a complete vaccination certificate or special authorization can enter Spain”, requirements that Djokovic Did not meet.

Due to the already known fact that Djokovic is not vaccinated, so it is impossible for him to have this vaccination certificate, Djokovic tried to take advantage of one of the exceptions that included “highly qualified workers whose work is necessary and cannot be postponed or carried out. at a distance, including high-level participants taking place in Spain “. However Djokovic did not fly to Spain to compete in any tournament, but to finalize his preparation for the Australian Open in Marbella, where he has a habitual residence, which could exempt him from these accusations.

Cadena COPE also reports that neither Djokovic nor anyone from his team requested special authorization to enter Spain and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied that there is an ongoing investigation into this fact. Meanwhile, Serbia is considering punishing him for having skipped confinement after testing positive on the 16th and, despite being infected, offering an interview on the 18th.