Even Tennis Australia’s CEO questioned Novak Djokovic’s attendance at the opening Grand Slam of the year, as corrected by Craig Tiley. Saying in a long interview that national organizations were working hard to ensure the appearance of the world’s best players.
“We are on track to get back all the best players in the world all. Right now we are in a very different health situation from that of a few months ago, with people moving freely around the world. world and very few restrictions.
This leads me to think that we will be able to have the best players in the world in a few months.”
Karen Andrews, a former minister of internal affairs, strongly disagreed with the words. Adamantly opposed sentence cancellation, which ruled that Djokovic would not be granted a visa for the following three years.
“I don’t think there are any reasons why the decision should be reversed simply because he can afford it economically. The government should also consider all other people whose visas have been canceled.
There cannot be a rule for Novak Djokovic and a rule for everyone else. That’s not fair.”
‘We won’t put any pressure,’ said Tiley
Then more pages are introduced to the narrative, showing how Tiley explains how Tennis Australia. Making use of the path that the US Open organizers left.
Won’t intervene with the government’s choice to allow the twenty-one-time Grand Slam champion to enter the country. So, I spent a couple of days thinking about the position.
Australian Open’s CEO:
“This is not an issue that we can press. Novak and the government have to resolve this issue together, we will then comply and follow all instructions.”
Tiley then said:
“We will not interfere between the two sides, they will have to decide. Depending on the result, we would obviously be happy to welcome him back here in Australia.”
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