Australian Open organisers claim the shirts violated their rules against political slogans. Others have labelled the crackdown "cowardly" and "weak."
The star tennis player may not be able to compete in the Australian Open after all.
The initial cancellation of the tennis star’s visa due to vaccination requirements was sensationally overturned in court.
The tennis champion is being forced to stay at the Park Hotel for the weekend. Some of his neighbours have been in detention for more than nine years.
The tennis player’s visa was cancelled following backlash over a “medical exemption” that allowed him to compete in the Australian Open despite vaccine mandates.
The decision has stoked outrage among Australians, who are currently in the grips of their most explosive COVID-19 outbreak to date.
The death of Mexican boxer Jeanette Zacarias 5 days after being knocked out has everyone asking questions.
“I think it’s about time we break these outdated rules,” boxing champion Kazuto Ioka said.
While it may not mean the end of Financial Fair Play, the decision might encourage more billionaire owners to gamble on breaking the rules.
The club can now compete in the Champions League next season.