Australians have reacted angrily to news that tennis player Novak Djokovic will play in the Australian Open, after he was exempted from vaccination rules.
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All players and staff at the tournament must be vaccinated or have an exemption granted by an expert independent panel.
Organisers said the defending champion had not been given special treatment.
But Australians - some of whom still cannot travel interstate or globally - have criticised officials, politicians and Djokovic himself.
Australian Open chief Craig Tiley said 26 athletes had applied for medical exemptions and "a handful" had been granted, under guidelines set by federal regulators.
"We made it extra difficult for anyone applying for an application to ensure it was the right process and to make sure the medical experts deal with it independently," he told Channel 9 on Wednesday.
The tournament begins in Melbourne on 17 January and Djokovic said on Instagram on Tuesday: "I've spent fantastic quality time with my loved ones over the break and today I'm heading down under with an exemption permission.
"Let's go 2022. I am ready to live and breathe tennis in the next few weeks of competition."
He has not spoken about his vaccination status, but said publicly last April: "Personally I am opposed to vaccination and I wouldn't want to be forced by someone to take a vaccine in order to be able to travel."
The decision is highly controversial in a country that is seeing tens of thousands of Covid cases for the first time after enduring some of the world's strictest restrictions.