NOVAK Djokovic’s wife, Jelena, has broken her silence after her husband was banned from entering Australia – saying she “wishes” she could be with him.
He caused controversy after being exempted from vaccinations to enter Australia but his visa was sensationally revoked – and he was sent to a detention center at a guest house. ‘dirty’ hotel in Melbourne.
Djokovic’s wife, Jelena, shared on Instagram a photo of the couple kissing on a beach with the caption: “Today is Christmas for us, my wish is for everyone to stay healthy and happy. , safe and family party.
“We wish we were all together today, but my consolation is that at least we’re healthy. And we’ll grow from this experience.”
She added: “Thanks to my loved ones, all over the world for using their voices to send love to my husband. I’m taking deep breaths to calm down and find gratitude (and understanding). in this moment for all that is happening.
“The only law that we should all respect across all frontiers is love and respect for another human being. Love and forgiveness are never infallible but a powerful force. I wish you all good health!”
She told Channel Nine: “Anyone entering Australia must meet entry requirements including medical proof of vaccination or rotate for medical reasons that the individual cannot be vaccinated. .
“So specifically he [Djokovic] did not meet the medical reasons why he could not be vaccinated. “
When the athlete attempted to enter Aussie territory, he was asked by Border Patrol into an extra room after the visa “flaw” was revealed.
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Djokovic, seeking to win a record 21st Grand Slam title, was stripped of his phone and confined to his room alone, with armed police patrolling outside.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion was guarded by armed police at the Park Hotel in Carlton, Melbourne – a notorious immigrant detention facility – from the airport after landing from Dubai, under the protection of the police. armed police guard.
Djokovic’s mother claims her son is trapped in a filthy hotel “full of fleas and maggots”.
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Ms Andrews addressed continuing “conversation” about visas, but said “to my knowledge that is not the issue but rather the entry requirement”.
“Border Force has been very clear that he is unable to meet the evidence requirements required to enter Australia,” she added.
She echoed comments by Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt, who said Djokovic had failed to put in place “appropriate standards of proof” to enter the country.
The Minister also explained that the Australian Border Force is ready to let passengers arrive Down Under despite not meeting the entry requirements.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17243582/novak-djokovic-anti-vax-australian-open-wife-jelena/ Novak Djokovic’s wife Jelena ‘wishes’ she could be with her anti-vax husband as he was detained in a ‘dirty’ hotel in Australia