Novak Djokovic is awaiting the decision of a judge to be able to play in the Australian Open
An Australian court will decide this Monday on the deportation of Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic
The Serbian tennis player awaits the decision of the judge held in a hotel in Melbourne (Australia)
The Australian authorities have denied him entry into the country to participate in the Tennis Open for not being vaccinated against covid19
One australian court will decide this Monday on the deportation of the Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, which is held in a hotel de Melbourne after the Australian authorities revoked his visa for failing to comply with the measures against covid-19, a decision that has sparked criticism from Belgrade.
The world’s No. 1 arrived in Australia on Wednesday night with a medical exemption that allowed him defend his title at the Australian Open in spite of not be vaccinated, but shortly after the border authorities of that country canceled his visa.
Novak Djokovic awaits the court hearing scheduled for Monday
After a long interview, he was transferred to a Melbourne city hotel waiting for you to take one decision about your deportation. The tennis player’s lawyers they appealed this wednesday the decision of the authorities and the Federal Circuit Court has scheduled a view for monday to decide whether Djokovic is deported from the country, according to Australian public broadcaster ABC.
Djokovic’s defense pointed out that a definitive answer for tuesday for programming reasons Australian Open, which takes place in Melbourne between January 17 and 30, and Judge Anthony Kelly replied that in this case “the tail will not wag the dog”.
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