Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'

17/1/2022 3:38:00 AM
Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'

Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'

Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'

Aussie court rejected Djokovic's appeal against visa cancellation.

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Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous' | New Straits TimesBELGRADE: Serbia’s premier and Novak Djokovic’s family on Sunday denounced as “scandalous” Australia’s deportation of the tennis star for not being vaccinated against Covid-19, and the Serbian president said he would always be welcome in his homeland.

Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous' | New Straits TimesBELGRADE: Serbia’s premier and Novak Djokovic’s family on Sunday denounced as “scandalous” Australia’s deportation of the tennis star for not being vaccinated against Covid-19, and the Serbian president said he would always be welcome in his homeland.

'Disappointed' Djokovic says he will leave Australia | New Straits TimesNSTsports NovakDjokovic said he was 'extremely disappointed' by Australia's decision to deport him but he would comply and leave the country. tennis visa deportation coronavirus covid19 vaccination AustralianOpen

Djokovic's family says politics and 'other interests' dominated his case | New Straits Times

Djokovic's family says politics and 'other interests' dominated his case | New Straits TimesNSTworld Tennis star NovakDjokovic's family said they were 'very disappointed' with Australian authorities's decision to revoke his visa and deport him from the country. AustralianOpen coronavirus Australia Covid19 vaccine Last Monday when the court ruled in their favour justice ‘had been served’ and today when they get a court ruling against them it’s all a conspiracy and about politics. These people are germs.

Djokovic lawyers tell Aussie court his presence doesn't prompt anti-vax protestsDjokovic appealing immigration minister's decision to cancel his visa.

Australia dakwa Djokovic cetus sentimen anti-vaksinasiMenteri Imigresen, Alex Hawke kini mendakwa kehadiran berterusan Djokovic di negara itu boleh 'memupuk sentimen anti-vaksinasi' malah mencetuskan 'peningkatan pergolakan awam'.