Novak Djokovic was NOT deported for being unvaxxed

Australia’s political class and mainstream media commentators have wasted no time congratulating themselves on kicking out World No.1 tennis champion Novak Djokovic.

Immigration minister Alex Hawke ultimately conceded that the tennis star did have a valid exemption, but deported Djokovic him because he deemed Novak's presence in the country a threat of spreading dissent against the government.

"A lot of Australians were really angry in the beginning when Novak got an exemption because, as I said over 90% at least in Victoria, are double vaccinated and that's not because people chose to, it's because pretty much to live life here you need to be fully vaccinated so people felt like they were forced to get vaccinated," Rebel News reporter and Chief Australian Correspondent Avi Yemini told Fox News in an interview this morning.

"And this superstar came here and he was given an exemption. I think the federal government rode that wave for some political points and they essentially went to take him out for the most bizarre reason."

Novak isn’t only banned from defending his title at the 2022 Australian Open, the cancellation of his visa by Minister Alex Hawke and deportation means that he is banned from entering Australia for three years – removing him from the Australian leg of the ATP circuit.