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Visa revocation: Djokovic’s plea to be heard tomorrow

Melbourne: World primary Novak Djokovic has filed a lawsuit in opposition to Australia for canceling his visa for the second time. Three judges of the Australian Federal Court docket will hear Djokovic’s plea tomorrow. Djokovic will solely be capable of compete within the Australian Open if he will get a positive verdict earlier than the beginning of the Australian Open on Monday. The Serbian is at present the boys’s champion.

Djokovic has been remanded in custody after his second visa was revoked. The Australian authorities has re-arrested Djokovic after he claimed he was a menace to the general public.

The Australian authorities is getting ready to extradite Djokovic. Djokovic, in the meantime, is hoping to win on the court docket and compete within the Australian Open. Djokovic, who arrived with no vaccine, was earlier detained at a Melbourne airport and his visa revoked. Djokovic had approached the court docket in opposition to this and obtained a positive verdict. Djokovic’s visa was later revoked by Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke with particular powers.

Djokovic, who opposes vaccination, will stay in Australia to trigger inside strife. So he needs to be deported instantly. The Australian Immigration Minister mentioned that Djokovic’s presence would create anti-vaccination sentiment.


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