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Novak Djokovic will ‘be on the next plane home if he can’t explain his ‘medical exemption’ from being vaccinated – Australia’s PM

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Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has said tennis World No1 Novak Djokovic will ‘be on the next plane home’ if he cannot state the reason behind his ‘medical exemption’ from being vaccinated to play in the Australian Open.

The Serbian tennis star is due to arrive in Melbourne tonight to defend his Grand Slam title, 24 hours after he announced on social media he had received an exemption to play in the tournament and was heading to Australia.

But Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned Djokovic ‘won’t be treated any different to anyone else’ and will be banned from entering the country if evidence of his medical exemption from the Covid-19 vaccine is deemed ‘insufficient’.

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