Djokovic now has problems in THREE countries: Star Concerns broke Spanish rules during the visit

Novak Djokovic is now accused of violating Spanish Covid rules during Marbella’s visit last month – Serbs are already facing issues in Australia and Serbia

  • Djokovic admitted to taking part in events in Belgrade when he was infected with the virus
  • Star is also under fire for posing without a mask as he presented prizes to players
  • They are now facing a check to see if the trip to Spain has met their entry requirements










Novak Djokovic faced questions last night about travel to Australia, Spain and his homeland after admitting that he had broken Serbia’s Covid-19 isolation rules.

Along with the visa situation that flooded the world’s number one tennis player in Australia, where he still faces the threat of deportation, Djokovic confessed yesterday to participating in events in Belgrade when he was infected with the virus.

And the Daily Mail may reveal that there are concerns that he violated Spanish emergency travel rules when he visited Marbella last month.

The 20-time Grand Slam winner (34) admitted to Instagram yesterday that he had interviewed a French sports newspaper after having tested positive for Covid.

Photo uploaded to Twitter shows Djokovic with handball player Petar Djordjic in Belgrade

JANUARY 4, SPAIN: Novak Djokovic in Marbella plays football on a tennis court with his brother Mark and coach before leaving for Australia

LEFT: Photo uploaded on Twitter shows Djokovic with handball player Petar Djordjic in Belgrade. RIGHT: Pictured, Novak Djokovic plays on the court in Marbella on January 4

He said: “I felt obliged to continue and have an interview for L’Equipe because I did not want to disappoint the journalists.”

He added that attending the engagement was a “mistake of judgment” and should have moved to another date.

However, the star is also under fire for posing without a mask, when she presented awards to some of Serbia’s best young tennis talents on December 17.

Djokovic is facing further research after it turned out last night that his trip to Spain could be in conflict with the country’s entry requirements.

JANUARY 5, AUSTRALIA: Novak Djokovic stands at the Australian Border Forces stand at Melbourne Airport on January 5 after arriving from Spain via Dubai

JANUARY 5, AUSTRALIA: Novak Djokovic stands at the Australian Border Forces stand at Melbourne Airport on January 5 after arriving from Spain via Dubai

Spanish diplomatic sources have confirmed that he failed to obtain approval before leaving Belgrade after Christmas. The government ordered an investigation last night.

The revelation will increase pressure on Djokovic, who could still be fired from Australia due to a lack of vaccine against Covid and a false travel statement.

He told the authorities that he had not traveled 14 days before his arrival on January 6, although several social media reports indicated that he was in Spain.

Djokovic’s PR team declined to comment, citing the “sensitivity and complexity of the case.”

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