Tennis: Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, says PM

World men’s tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic should consent to Spanish wellbeing rules to have the option to venture out to Spain, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday.

Addressing an inquiry on whether Djokovic would be permitted to enter Spain to contend after Australia expelled him for being unvaccinated against COVID-19, Sanchez said: “Any sportsperson who wishes to contend in our nation should conform to the wellbeing rules of Spain”.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who was visiting Spain on Monday and remained adjacent to Sanchez during the news gathering, additionally demanded the various principles in the various nations should be regarded. “We as a whole need to comply with them, regardless of what our identity is,” he said.

Djokovic heads out consistently to Spain where he claims a house in the southern retreat of Marbella. He put in a couple of days in late December and early January and video film showed him preparing there.

Spanish standards as of now expect individuals to have either an immunization testament, a PCR negative test or an authentication of having recuperated from COVID. The nation forces severe isolations on individuals who test positive.

During a similar news meeting, the Spanish Prime Minister settled on an enthusiastic decision for immunization. Despite the fact that immunization isn’t compulsory in Spain, the inoculation rate is one of the greatest in Europe.

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