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Andy Murray called Australia’s decision to revoke Novak Djokovic’s “unfortunate”

Novak Djokovic was detained by border officials once again after his visa was revoked by Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke. Djokovic’s legal team immediately appealed the decision, calling it “obviously irrational” and arguing that Hawke’s decision was based solely on the government’s fear that Djokovic’s appearance at the Australian Open, which starts on Monday, could boost the vaccine in the country.

Djokovic’s last appeal hearing is now in federal court at 9.30am on Sunday morning in Melbourne (10.30pm tonight in the UK) and the fate of the player will be decided by referee David O’Callaghan. If his expensively assembled team of lawyers wins the appeal, Djokovic will face Serb Miomir Kecmanovic in the first round on Monday night, where he will be hostile to the crowd. If the government wins, Djokovic will be deported.

Follow all the latest news below as Djokovic fights for the chance to compete in the Australian Open.

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The latest news from Novak Djokovic, who is promising the Australian Open

A schedule was agreed on Friday, with Djokovic expected to be detained on Saturday morning at 8 a.m. for a meeting with immigration officials before meeting with his lawyers. He was then detained overnight, perhaps back to the Park Hotel, where he spent the first four days of his trip in custody.

The team of lawyers of the first player in the world revealed that the reasons for the appeal will focus on the irrationality of the decision, with the threshold of success being much higher than at the first hearing.

Lawrence OstlereJanuary 15, 2022 8:21 AM

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Djokovic’s Appeals Hearing Tonight (Sunday in Melbourne)

DjokovicAn appeal against the revocation of his visa was upheld on Sunday morning (tonight in the UK) by the Federal Court of Australia.

After a quick convocation of the two legal teams on Friday night, following a decision by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke to revoke Djokovic’s visa for a second time for “health and good order”, a brief hearing was held on Saturday morning.

In it, Judge David O’Callaghan confirmed that the case had been transferred from the Federal District Court and that the main hearing would take place on Sunday at 9.30am (10.30pm on Saturday British time).

Djokovic is expected to play his first round match Australian Open on Monday against Serb Miomir Kecmanovic.

Lawrence OstlereJanuary 15, 2022 8:10 AM

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Djokovic was detained by border officials

Novak Djokovic he was detained by Australian border officials in accordance with an agreement reached in court when the world’s first tennis player struggles to stay in the country.

The 34-year-old Serb is accused of providing false information on his visa statement, claiming he had not traveled for 14 days before arriving in Australia.

Djokovic’s lawyers have appealed the decision and his case will be heard before Judge O’Callaghan at the Federal Court of Australia on Sunday at 9.30am AEDT.

Lawrence OstlereJanuary 15, 2022 8:07 AM

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The latest news from Novak Djokovic, who is promising the Australian Open

Novak Djokovic was detained by border officials once again after his visa was revoked by Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke. Djokovic’s legal team immediately appealed the decision, calling it “obviously irrational” and arguing that Hawke’s decision was based solely on the government’s fear that Djokovic’s appearance at the Australian Open, which starts on Monday, could boost the vaccine in the country.

Djokovic’s last appeal hearing is now in federal court at 9.30am on Sunday morning in Melbourne (10.30pm tonight in the UK) and the fate of the player will be decided by referee David O’Callaghan. If his expensively assembled team of lawyers wins the appeal, Djokovic will face Serb Miomir Kecmanovic in the first round on Monday night, where he will be hostile to the crowd. If the government wins, Djokovic will be deported.

Lawrence OstlereJanuary 15, 2022 07:58 AM

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