The New York Times:

On Thursday, he was told he would need to leave the country,
following a 12-hour standoff with government officials at a
Melbourne Airport, where he was held in a room overnight over the
validity of his visa and questions about the evidence supporting a
medical exemption from a coronavirus vaccine. The exemption was
supposed to allow Djokovic, a 20-time Grand Slam champion and one
of the biggest stars in sports, to compete in the Australian Open
even though he has not been vaccinated.



The chain of events represented a startling turnabout for
Djokovic, who in a little more than 24 hours went from receiving
special, last-minute permission to enter Australia, to boarding an
intercontinental flight, to essentially being told by the prime
minister of Australia that he was not welcome in the country.

More like this, please.

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