Novak Djokovic admits breaking isolation after testing
positive for Covid-19 earlier this month. He described the incident as an “error of
In the Instagram account post posted on Wednesday, the Serbian admitted that he had
met a journalist to conduct an interview just two days after testing positive on the 16th of
“I accept that I should have rescheduled,” the man wrote.
The Australian government has scrutinized the man’s activities, considering whether or not
to deport the suspect.
In his post, the author also claimed that his agent made mistakes in the travel form that he
was using to enter Australia. As a result, the center has prompted an investigation by
Djokovic is not vaccinated and is hoping to keep the Australian Open title next week.
His visa was canceled on the 6th of January, shortly after his arrival in the country, amid
doubts about the exemption to vaccines that would have allowed him to travel.
However, on Monday, the judge ruled dramatically and overturned the ruling in favor of the
player’s release from detention.
However, the government hasn’t ruled out any further actions.
There’s a possibility that the immigration minister of the country could deny him his visa
the second time in the days before the start of the tournament.
“I felt obliged to go ahead and conduct the L’Equipe interview as I didn’t want to let the
journalist down,” Djokovic wrote in his Instagram post.
“[I ensured] I socially distanced and wore a mask except when my photograph was being
He claimed that reports of his appearance in public after the positive result of his test on
December 16 are “misinformation.”
Djokovic, in turn, admitted to making a false statement for his visa before he entered
The agent claimed that he had committed a mistake while making a mistake when filling
out a section of the form that outlined his travel history.
The paper said that he did not travel for 14 days before entering Australia.
However, recent reports suggest that the 34-year-old was in Serbia and Spain before her
“My agent sincerely apologizes for the administrative mistake in ticking the incorrect box,”
the agent wrote.
“This was a human error and certainly not deliberate.”
“My team has provided additional information to the Australian government to clarify this
matter,” he said.
Its Border Force, the nation’s immigration officers, announced on Tuesday that they were
looking into whether he issued a “false declaration” – which could lead to the cancellation of
The Australian Open begins on 17 January. If Djokovic succeeds, he’ll be the most
remarkable men’s tennis player in the history of tennis.
The professional tennis tour for men has demanded more understanding of the rules
required for entry into Australia and advised players to be vaccinated.
“The series of events leading to Monday’s court hearing has been damaging on all fronts,
including for Novak’s well-being and preparation for the Australian Open,” the ATP said.