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Djokovic faces Musetti in his first match since Australia’s deportation

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Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic will face Italian teenager Lorenzo Musetti in Dubai next week following a drama about the deportation of the Australian Open.

If top-seeded Djokovic beats the world’s number 57 Musetti, he will face either Karen Khachanov of Russia or Alex De Minaur of Australia. (Reuters)

Novak Djokovic will face Italy’s Lorenzomsetti at the Dubai Tennis Championships in his first match in Serbia since being transferred from Australia with Covid-19 vaccination status in January.

The unvaccinated 34-year-old Djokovich is an immigrant detention hotel in which asylum seekers are housed, including two visas, two court objections, and two stints for five nights.11 Deported after a day of jet coasters.

Dubai tournament director Sarah Tarak said the organizers are not concerned about the world’s best vaccination status.

“The government here does not require anyone to be vaccinated to enter the country,” Tarak said. Eurosport..

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The United Arab Emirates is gradually lifting Covid-related restrictions. The tournament organizer said on the website that tennis spectators need to wear face masks to maintain social distance.

If top-seeded Djokovic beats the world’s number 57 Musetti, he will face either Karen Khachanov of Russia or Alex De Minaur of Australia.

The tournament will begin on Monday with top 10 players Andrey Rublev, Felix Auger Alias ​​Shime and Jannik Sinner.

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Following the WTA portion of the tournament, the 2017 French Open champion Elena Ostapenco will face Veronica Kudermetova in the women’s final on Saturday.

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