Djokovic at Australian Open: Why ‘He might get booed when he gets on court’
Tennis player Novak Djokovic is set to play in the Australian Open, following being
excused from vaccination rules.
All players and staff at the tournament should be vaccinated or have an
excused granted by an expert independent panel.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said if the player’s evidence was inadequate he would be on the “next plane home”.
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BBC NEWS, AUSTRALIA