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Bernard Tomic's ex Vanessa Sierra weighs in on tennis champ Novak Djokovic


Bernard Tomic’s ex Vanessa Sierra weighs in on tennis champ Novak Djokovic’s battle to stay in Australia over Covid vaccine drama


Vanessa Sierra has shared her thoughts after tennis player Novak Djokovic won his appeal to overturn the government’s cancellation of his visa.

The OnlyFans star shared an Instagram Stories post in which a fan asked her opinion. 

The 27-year-old replied: ‘This is a tough one to be honest. I think Australia has been too harsh with their rules surrounding entry and mandated vaccines. 

Thoughts: Vanessa Sierra (pictured) has shared her thoughts after tennis player Novak Djokovic won his appeal to overturn the government's cancellation of his visa. The OnlyFans star shared an Instagram Stories post in which a fan asked her opinion

Thoughts: Vanessa Sierra (pictured) has shared her thoughts after tennis player Novak Djokovic won his appeal to overturn the government’s cancellation of his visa. The OnlyFans star shared an Instagram Stories post in which a fan asked her opinion

‘And we shouldn’t be questioning the people who need to come for their literal JOB but the regulators imposing ridiculous laws’. 

Vanessa, a former Love Island contestant, debuted her romance with tennis player Bernard Tomic in November 2020 before splitting. 

The couple briefly reunited in September but it seems they have since called things off for good. 

The 27-year-old replied: 'This is a tough one to be honest. I think Australia has been too harsh with their rules surrounding entry and mandated vaccines'

The 27-year-old replied: ‘This is a tough one to be honest. I think Australia has been too harsh with their rules surrounding entry and mandated vaccines’

Free: It comes after news that Djokovic (pictured) is free to leave his lawyer's Melbourne CBD office after Immigration Minister Alex Hawke declined to make use of a four-hour window to cancel the tennis star's visa under the Migration Act

Free: It comes after news that Djokovic (pictured) is free to leave his lawyer’s Melbourne CBD office after Immigration Minister Alex Hawke declined to make use of a four-hour window to cancel the tennis star’s visa under the Migration Act

It comes after news that Djokovic is free to leave his lawyer’s Melbourne CBD office after Immigration Minister Alex Hawke declined to make use of a four-hour window to cancel the tennis star’s visa under the Migration Act.

Adding to the confusion surrounding the story which has gripped tennis fans around the world, the minister is still considering re-detaining and eventually deporting the star, leaving his chances of competing in next week’s Australian Open in jeopardy.

Wild scenes of celebration broke out in Melbourne as the tennis legend was finally released from five days of hotel detention hell, though confusion reigned on Monday night as to whether Djokovic was even in a car seen leaving his lawyer’s office.

Chaos: Wild scenes of celebration broke out in Melbourne as the tennis legend was finally released from five days of hotel detention hell, though confusion reigned on Monday night as to whether Djokovic was even in a car seen leaving his lawyer's office

Chaos: Wild scenes of celebration broke out in Melbourne as the tennis legend was finally released from five days of hotel detention hell, though confusion reigned on Monday night as to whether Djokovic was even in a car seen leaving his lawyer’s office

Djokovic touched down in Melbourne about 11.30pm on Wednesday night, and was swiftly taken in for questioning by Border Force officials.

He spent about six hours speaking with officials before a decision was made to cancel his visa on the basis that he could not validate his medical exemption to arrive in Australia without a Covid-19 vaccine.

He was swiftly taken to a detention centre in the heart of Melbourne, where he remained up until Monday.

Over: Vanessa, a former Love Island contestant debuted her romance with tennis player Bernard Tomic (left) in November 2020 before splitting. The couple briefly reunited in September but it seems they have since called things off for good

 Over: Vanessa, a former Love Island contestant debuted her romance with tennis player Bernard Tomic (left) in November 2020 before splitting. The couple briefly reunited in September but it seems they have since called things off for good

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