“So does he not think that will come back to Australia? It has come back to Australia.” He added with a laugh: “Should deport him again, deport him for being ungracious.”
Djokovic opened up on his ordeal from being deported ahead of last year’s Australian Open ahead of the 2023 tournament. He was handed a three-year ban from entering Australia at the time, but that was overturned in November.
“I was really drawn into a storm in media worldwide that was related to anything to do with Covid and the vaccine,” he told 9News Melbourne. “All of a sudden I became the villain of the world which is obviously a terrible position to be in as an athlete.”