Djokovic Arrives in Dubai After Deportation From Australia

Novak Djokovic arrives in Dubai after deportation from Australia

1/17/2022 6:50:00 AM

Novak Djokovic arrives in Dubai after deportation from Australia

It isn't clear where the top men's tennis player plans to travel to next, with the Dubai Duty Free tournament weeks away

This screen grab taken from AFPTV shows a Dubai-bound plane carrying Serbia's Novak Djokovic preparing to depart from Melbourne Airport in Melbourne on January 16, 2022, after Djokovc lost a sensational legal battle over his coronavirus vaccination status with his dream of clinching a record 21st Grand Slam in tatters.

ANDREW LEESON/AFP via Getty ImagesByJON GAMBRELL / APJanuary 16, 2022 10:30 PM ESTDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Novak Djokovic arrived early Monday in Dubai after his deportation from Australia over its required COVID-19 vaccination ended the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player’s hopes of defending his Australian Open title.

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And He must be relieved. NOLE MI TE VOLIMO 🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💪💪💪💪 He can watch Australian open while waiting for next flight 😝 Well fancy that! Did they expect the plane would blow up Happy landing... He has a lot to reflect on in the coming days, weeks etc and decide how to conduct himself going forward. Totally unnecessary saga

Go find some real news. Who cares… Sad for the sports world I would have been glad to get out of that shithole

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Goat Other people arrived in New York & some in Sydney, meanwhile my neighbor travelled to Botswana...must've missed those headlines... 😂😂😂 Why not Guantanamo ? Bum🤣😃 None sense IDEMO NOLE!!!!!! 👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️ Why did Dubai allow him access to their country when they know he’s unvaccinated? Very strange.

So.....?

Djokovic arrives in Dubai after deportation from AustraliaNovak Djokovic has arrived in Dubai after his deportation from Australia over its required COVID-19 vaccination ended the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player’s hopes of defending his Australian Open title me bale berga In a real free country ! can you believe that ? 15 Highest paid world leaders and presidents in 2021 - Annual salary - age

Congrats on not being vaxxed Novak. You are a symbol to many other free thinking people in the world. Djokobitch was greeted with open posterior cheeks in Dubai. Lock him up there too for couple of days. How the fuk is mam on flights without vaccination 🤣🤣🤣 Lemme know when he takes a shit. He did not have a private jet?

Is this TIME or TMZ? Who cares? We're living in the middle of several global crises, why put out useless stories like these?

Novak Djokovic loses visa appeal and will be deported from Australia | ITV NewsThe tennis star is set to be deported from Australia after the court upheld the decision to cancel his visa. | ITV National News 💯 La tiranía totalitaria sanitaria australiana se pronunció. El pueblo australiano seguirá comiendo mierda por aceptar vivir en exclavitud. Grande DjokerNole CAMPEÓN!

I forget to wear shoes, forget to brush my teeth at breakfast, use gasoline to wash rice, meh Who cares? Who cares Do you know ....my world just wouldn't have been the same ....if you hadn't tweeted

‘Such a mess’: Andy Murray and tennis world reacts to Djokovic’s deportationThe tennis world has reacted with a mixture of silence and disappointment to Novak Djokovic’s deportation from Australia after an extraordinary 12 days of legal wrangling He's the mess. Good grief. There’s a old saying here in Australia that I’m finding quite apt, 'suffer in your jocks', or as I say sufferinyourDjoks There are far more pressing issues here and all over the world than some bloke who's grossly rich and entitled because he can hit a ball better than others I will enjoy watching the tennis players that are vaxed and can't do a match, being out of breath. What will be the ratio? 4 out of 100,who will have to leave the matchBiontech is the pilar of health Industry.There are no football players having heart attacks on the field.

Djokovic leaves Australia after judges uphold visa cancellation and deportationNovak Djokovic has left Australia after judges upheld the government's cancellation of his visa and his deportation. The player was seen boarding an Emirates flight bound for Dubai from Melbourne just hours after the court ruling. Read more: If he really wanted to be a 'hero' he would have gotten his simple vaccination like everyone else had to. He is not special. now he can enjoy his 'moral' win while watching the tournament from the couch. What, no goodbye? Don’t mess with the Aussies

What next for Novak Djokovic - and how will Australia deportation mess affect his legacy?Deeply bruised Djokovic may not play a tournament until April and lose world No 1 status but he will not change He is deeply in touch with his soul. The ones who have divorced themselves from their soul are the ones advocating for deportations and detentions for unvaxxed. they are anxious and fearful which signals the inability to know your feelings.

Novak This screen grab taken from AFPTV shows a Dubai-bound plane carrying Serbia's Novak Djokovic preparing to depart from Melbourne Airport in Melbourne on January 16, 2022, after Djokovc lost a sensational legal battle over his coronavirus vaccination status with his dream of clinching a record 21st Grand Slam in tatters. ANDREW LEESON/AFP via Getty Images By JON GAMBRELL / AP January 16, 2022 10:30 PM EST DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Novak Djokovic arrived early Monday in Dubai after his deportation from Australia over its required COVID-19 vaccination ended the No. 1-ranked men’s tennis player’s hopes of defending his Australian Open title. The Emirates plane carrying Djokovic touched down after a 13 1/2-hour flight from Melbourne, where he had argued in court he should be allowed to stay in the country and compete in the tournament under a medical exemption due to a coronavirus infection last month. At Dubai International Airport, arriving passengers wearing mandatory face masks collected their bags and walked out of the cavernous terminal. Over an hour after Djokovic’s flight arrived, he did not come out of baggage claim as many passengers from his plane already had picked up their bags on the carousel. Read More: Why Australians Are Furious Over Anti-Vaxxer Novak Djokovic It wasn’t immediately clear where Djokovic planned to travel next. The Dubai Duty Free tennis tournament, which Djokovic won in 2020, doesn’t start until Feb. 14. Dubai, the commercial capital of the United Arab Emirates, doesn’t require travelers to be vaccinated, though they must show a negative PCR test to board a flight. Serbia's tennis champion Novak Djokovic disembarks from a plane at the airport in Dubai on January 17, 2022, after losing a legal battle in Australia on January 16 over his coronavirus vaccination status. AFP via Getty Images Djokovic had won nine Australian Open titles, including three in a row, and a total of 20 Grand Slam singles trophies, tied with rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal for the most in the history of men’s tennis. Federer is not playing while recovering from injury, and Nadal is the only former Australian Open men’s champion in the