It was in Australia shortly before 6pm on Friday when Immigration Minister Alex Hawke issued a long-awaited opinion announcing the cancellation of Novak Djokovic’s visas.
Hawk used his personal jurisdiction to overturn a previous court decision, and Make So it is “in the public interest”, which is to protect “health and order”. according to 83 percent of Australians want Djokovic removed on Thursday in a News Corp news poll.
After his victory on the court, the Serbian tennis player trained at the Australian Open for several days, and the lottery also gave him an opponent in the first round – fellow Serbian Miomir Kekmanovic. At this point, however, Djokovic’s chances of starting were significantly reduced.
The tennis player again appealed to the court, and the hearings opened he ran Friday evening Australian time. The case was on the table by District Judge Anthony Kelly, who had previously correctly ruled Djokovic. However, he ordered that the case be referred to a higher federal court.
Tennis player Waiting for Saturday Meet with immigration officials It is not necessary to return to the immigration facility yet.
If Djokovic fails this time around, he could be banned from entering the country for three years under Australian law – but not in every case.
He has little chance of success
So what is the current status of Novak Djokovic? The tennis player exercised his right to appeal to the court, but experts agree that this time he is in a more difficult position. the reason is
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