Yeah but that's relevant to Serbia, not Aussie. He should be punished by the Serbian authorities for that, but in fact, if they do so here, they will be hated for punishing a world champion, our hero etc. etc.That's not a jibe at you btw, you tend to be on the right side of things.
Djokivic's main defence currently hinges on the fact that he reported a positive Covid test on 16th Dec, which he initially understood gave him the relevant exemption to enter the country. Confusion has since ensued. Even if he is ultimately allowed in, it has now emerged that he attended an event the very next day on 17th Dec (i.e. knowing he had a positive result) maskless, and in contact with other people. He also attended further events in the following days. Guy is a documented bellend, and the fact that all the wrong people like Nigel Farage and others are jumping to his support (despite having no previous involvement or interest in tennis or Serbia) should tell you all you need to know.
Novak Djokovic faced fresh controversy over his attempt to enter Australia after pictures emerged on social media of his appearances at public events after a positive Covid test was recorded in mid-Decemberwww.theguardian.com
Edit: @Gagi did already post this a page back.
Verdict: He can play. I think the ministers et al will be strong and strict in the media, but will not banish him. It's the election year after all.