Even if he is allowed to stay on his visa, the question about his faked pcr test remains. Will Australia really let in someone who either faked a pcr test or who met people while knowing he was positive? #Djokovic
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I always wonder how some people are so sure about facts, they can’t even know.Could the test result have arrived the 18th?And could the photos have been taken on the 16th and posted later on?Have you talked to someone who was at the event or do you know he got the result on 16th?
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You can defend djokovic as much as you want. The facts are there. A multi-milionare doesnt wait 2 days for a pcr test result
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I‘m not defending him but I‘m also not accusing him. But there are a lot of possibilities and we don’t know what’s true.
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Replying to @vasic_natasa
He has admitted that he knew he had corona when he did the interview for l’Equipe and also admitted his staff lied in the entry form!!

Jan 12, 2022 · 9:10 AM UTC

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Replying to @grumpynico
And he admitted that it was an error doing this interview. For which I’m sure he will face consequences in Serbia. As he has committed it there. And no, he did not admit lying in his travel declaration, but his agent making a human error.
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Its not an error, its a criminal act. And the second part was deliberate, cant be proven but it doesnt matter. If you lie in a legal document you cant just say it was human error, it doesnt stand.