#childsafety | Novak Djokovic news: Tennis champion claims he tested positive for COVID on 16 December. These photos put that claim in doubt


Novak Djokovic attended at least two publicity events in the days after he claims to have tested positive to COVID-19.

The tennis champion’s movements are under scrutiny as his lawyers prepare to argue he recovered from COVID-19 before travelling to Australia and met the prescribed requirements for a vaccination exemption.

Watch the video above to see the Tennis Australia boss publicly address the saga for the first time

The 34-year-old Serb remains in immigration detention in Melbourne after having his visa cancelled by the federal government.

His case returns to court on Monday, with Djokovic fighting for the right to remain in the country and the chance to retain his Australian Open title.

Documents released by the Federal Court on Saturday show Djokovic contracted COVID-19 on December 16 and was free from symptoms ahead of his arrival in Australia on Wednesday.



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