Valencia (EFE) its borders and, therefore, the expulsion suffered by the tennis player Novak Djokovic in Australia in 2022 was an abuse.
The teacher Leopoldo García Ruiz revealed the investigation ‘Vaccines, COVID certificates and border control: reflections on the Djokovic case’ in the international legal publication Chilean Law Magazine and assured that the pandemic exacerbated the current crisis of the Rule of Law.
In his analysis, this professor affirms that the Serbian tennis player should not have been expelled from Australia in the last edition of the Open: «The safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines justify their administration, but not their obligation: the natural immunity acquired by Djokovic It should have been taken into account,” he said in his explanation.
The CEU UCH professor highlighted in his research that the expulsion of the Serbian tennis player was “exemplary”, because the Court that authorized it did so because, as a sports star, Djokovic’s presence in Australia “could encourage movements anti-vaccination and curb youth vaccination in the country.
The Serbian tennis player, who will seek the final of the Australian Open this Friday, was able to enter the country this year after the Australian authorities revoked the entry ban on Djokovic, which, in principle, was until 2025.