Green light for Novak Djokovic: Contrary to what the country’s institutions have up to now, even the Unvaccinated players will be able to compete in the Australian Open (January 17-30, 2022), but must first comply with a mandatory 14-day quarantine in their hotels. The information, published by the New York Times, has its origin in a WTA email leaked by Ben Rothenberg. Tennis Australia demands the same measures for men, although the government insists the matter has not yet been resolved. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said a few days ago that only those with a COVID passport will travel.
🐨Update on #AusOpen🐨
Per email sent to WTA players just now, Tennis Australia has told WTA PC that fully vaccinated players won’t be required to quarantine or bubble at all.
Unvaccinated players will be allowed to enter, TA tells WTA, but must do 14 days of hotel quarantine. pic.twitter.com/cu4NV8abYB
— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) October 24, 2021
The number one in the world does not want it to be known if he is vaccinated or not, and in the past he has been openly against it. Daniil Medvedev, the two after Djokovic, does not want to Let it be known if he is immunized: “I will not share my medical information.” In the heat of controversy, according to the e-mail accessed by the New York Times, the players with the complete guideline against the coronavirus will enjoy “total freedom of movement”, while those who are not vaccinated will be able to participate, but will have to undergo isolation two weeks and undergo regular tests.