Nigel Farage weighs in on the Novak Djokovic saga, revealing that he has spoken with the tennis star’s family.


Nigel Farage has weighed in on the Novak Djokovic saga, revealing that he has had discussions with the tennis star’s family.

Novak Djokovic’s support has been expressed by the Honorary President of Reform UK.

During Novak Djokovic’s Covid vaccination row in Australia, Nigel Farage expressed his support for him.

Djokovic’s family is in talks with the Honorary President of Reform UK, who has provided more details on his current situation.

After receiving a medical exemption from Tennis Australia, the 34-year-old arrived in Melbourne from Dubai on Wednesday to defend his Australian Open title.

However, he was turned away at the border.

He was taken to an immigration detention center after several hours, and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed he was being held under federal regulations.

Djokovic’s visa was later revoked, causing widespread outrage both in Serbia and around the world, with a large crowd of supporters gathered outside his hotel to show their support.

The record nine-time Australian Open champion now awaits a decision from Australia’s Federal Circuit and Family Court on whether he can stay in the country on Monday.

Farage revealed inside information on Djokovic’s treatment following his high-profile detention at Melbourne Airport on Twitter on Saturday.

“I’m talking with the Djokovic family, and they’re clear that Tennis Australia, in accordance with Victoria state law, allowed Novak to come to Australia because he had proof of a positive PCR test within the previous six months,” he said.

“After that, he was arrested, and his phone and wallet were taken.”

Novak Djokovic is free to leave Australia, according to Australia’s Home Affairs Minister.

“Unless he files an appeal, he will be subjected to an automatic three-year visa ban, so he must remain in detention until Monday’s hearing.”

Consider what they could do to you if they can do this to the world’s number one tennis player.”

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