Good morning tennis fans
Andy Murray says Novak Djokovic still has ‘a few questions’ to answer after he was released from detention in Australia.
World number one Djok won a court battle that overturned his visa cancellation on Monday, a week before the Australian Open is set to start.
The increasingly complicated row centers around the Serb star’s Covid-19 vaccine status.
But now Aussie border officials are investigating whether his travel entry form included a false declaration.
British tennis hero Muzza said: “It’s positive that he’s not in detention any more.
“There are still a few questions that need to be answered around the isolation, which I’m sure we’ll hear from him in the next few days.”
And it is all getting a bit personal Down Under when it comes to Djok.
In leaked mic footage from two Australian TV news anchors, the world number one was blasted for his off-field behaviour amid accusations he lied on his travel forms.
7 News presenters, Rebecca Maddern and Mike Amor, made the comments during an ad break and were unaware they were being filmed.
Maddern was heard saying: “Whatever way you look at it, Novak Djokovic is a lying, sneaky a***hole.”
Aussie Border Force officials are also set to ask Djokovic more questions around his entry to Australia with a focus on where exactly he had been before arrival.
The star said he had not travelled anywhere before getting to Melbourne – but footage has emerged showing him in Spain.