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Tennis Star Novak Djokovic Held as Vaxx Captive by Australian Government

'They’ve kept my son in captivity for five hours now... '

World-renowned tennis star Novak Djokovic, who has refused to get vaccine jabbed thus far, has been detained as a political prisoner by the Australian government after his arrival in the liberal state on Wednesday to pursue his 21st Grand Slam title.

He was subsequently denied entry into the country when his visa was rejected and Australia did not allow for his medical exemption, Breitbart reported..

The tennis star has been detained at the airport, and is reportedly alone with an armed guard.

Djokovic’s father confirmed the reports, calling for mass support of his son.

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“I have no clue what’s going on. They’ve kept my son in captivity for five hours now,” Srdjan said. “If they don’t let him go in half an hour, we’ll gather in the streets, this is a battle for everyone.”

The Serbian star also garnered support from his president, Aleksandar Vucic, who has blasted the Australian government for its poor treatment of one of his citizens.

“I’ve just finished my telephone conversation with Novak Djokovic,” Vucic said. “I told our Novak that the whole of Serbia is with him and that our bodies are doing everything to see that the harassment of the world’s best tennis player is brought to an end immediately.”

He also emphasized that Australia has broken basic guidelines which govern international relations.

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“In line with all norms of international law, Serbia will fight for Novak, truth and justice. Novak is strong, as we all know,” he added.

The weak and ineffectual Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison responded to the controversy by challenging the exemption that his government previously granted to Djokovic.

“We await his presentation and what evidence he provides us to support that (exemption),” he said. “If that evidence is insufficient, then he won’t be treated any different to anyone else, and he’ll be on the next plane home. There should be no special rules for Novak Djokovic at all.”

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