Tennis player denies using fake COVID-19 travel certificate


MELBOURNE, Australia — Italian tennis participant Camila Giorgi has denied allegations that she obtained a false COVID-19 vaccine certificates to permit her to journey.

A physician is underneath investigation in Italy for supplying false certificates and pretend vaccines and Giorgi’s title was revealed in an extended checklist of individuals implicated by an Italian newspaper.

On Tuesday after her 6-0, 6-1 win over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on the Australian Open, Giorgi confirmed that she had visited the physician however mentioned she had finished nothing mistaken.

“I simply did all my vaccination somewhere else, so the difficulty is hers, not me,” she mentioned. “So with that, I’m very calm. After all, if not, I couldn’t come right here and play this tennis, I believe.”

Giorgi mentioned she was vaccinated by the Italian physician, and by medical officers in nations elsewhere.

“As soon as. The opposite vaccination, I did it in numerous sort of locations, so it’s what I’m making an attempt to elucidate,” she mentioned.

Her father, Sergio Giorgi, was sat behind the interview room on Tuesday at Melbourne Park and when the media convention ended, he mentioned: “Unbelievable, no questions on tennis.”

Forward of the event, Tennis Australia chief govt Craig Tiley mentioned he was not totally conscious of the pretend certificates claims.

“I believe there’s nonetheless quite a bit to be uncovered on that and I believe that’s going to be in the end as much as their household and the related authorities together with the tour,” he mentioned. “I don’t actually know any additional element.”


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