Djokovic to play late match at Rod Laver Arena, pending court decision

Djokovic to play late match at Rod Laver Arena, pending court decision

16/1/2022 8:43:00 AM

Djokovic to play late match at Rod Laver Arena, pending court decision

MELBOURNE : World number one Novak Djokovic will play the late match of the evening session at Rod Laver Arena against fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic when the Australian Open starts on Monday, pending a court decision.Defending champion Djokovic is appealing the cancellation of his visa by Australia's Immi

MELBOURNE : World number one Novak Djokovic will play the late match of the evening session at Rod Laver Arena against fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic when the Australian Open starts on Monday, pending a court decision.Defending champion Djokovic is appealing the cancellation of his visa by Australia's Immigration Minister Alex Hawke at the Federal Court, which may release a decision later on Sunday as to whether the Serb can remain in the country.

Hawke used discretionary powers to cancel the Serb's visa for a second time on the grounds he was a threat to public order because his presence would encourage anti-vaccination sentiment.Should the court rule against Djokovic, his place in the draw will be taken by a lucky loser from qualifying.

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Well done, judges. Good decision. In ROME, do as the Romans do. Vaccinate in order to play. No vaccine, go home. Stay home. Don't endanger other innocent people by setting a really bad example, especially for the children. Boot Novaxx Jerkavic out, he’s been lying and deceitful the entire time That hasn’t been decided yet, mate.

Australian federal court adjourns Djokovic case to consider verdictSYDNEY : Australian federal court on Sunday adjourned Novak Djokovic's visa case to consider its verdict after hearing arguments from lawyers representing the world number one player and the federal immigration minister.'We would hope to be in a position to identify to the parties later in the afternoon w Why does he get second court? He lies, and didn't follow the rules and laws! Is it because Privilege Rich people have chances and do whatever they want! If it's anyone else would have be deported first day. This is disgrace to Australian people. Shame. He shouldn't be welcomed

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LinkedIn MELBOURNE : World number one Novak Djokovic will play the late match of the evening session at Rod Laver Arena against fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic when the Australian Open starts on Monday, pending a court decision.LinkedIn SYDNEY : Australian federal court on Sunday adjourned Novak Djokovic's visa case to consider its verdict after hearing arguments from lawyers representing the world number one player and the federal immigration minister.LinkedIn MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic will spend Saturday (Jan 15) night in Australian immigration detention before he seeks a court ruling to stop his deportation, so the world's tennis number one can chase a record 21st major title at the Australian Open.LinkedIn SYDNEY: An Australian court set the hearing over Novak Djokovic's visa cancellation case on Sunday (Jan 16) at 9.

Defending champion Djokovic is appealing the cancellation of his visa by Australia's Immigration Minister Alex Hawke at the Federal Court, which may release a decision later on Sunday as to whether the Serb can remain in the country. Hawke used discretionary powers to cancel the Serb's visa for a second time on the grounds he was a threat to public order because his presence would encourage anti-vaccination sentiment. The court will decide the fate of the tennis star after a rollercoaster 10 days that saw him detained by immigration authorities, released and then detained again ahead of a tournament that starts on Monday. Should the court rule against Djokovic, his place in the draw will be taken by a lucky loser from qualifying. "Although I . Djokovic's match will follow home favourite Ash Barty's opener against Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko on Rod Laver Arena's centre court, according to the order of play released on Sunday. Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka will play unseeded Colombian Camila Osorio in the second match of the day session at Rod Laver Arena, before former men's Rafa Nadal takes to the court against American Marcos Giron.

Third seed and Olympic champion Alexander Zverev will meet fellow German Daniel Altmaier in the first evening match at Margaret Court Arena, the second showcourt at Melbourne Park. accept that Mr Djokovic poses a negligible individual risk of transmitting COVID-19 to other persons, I nonetheless consider that his presence may be a risk to the health of the Australian community," Hawke said in a letter to Djokovic and his legal team. (Reporting by Ian Ransom in Melbourne; Editing by Peter Rutherford) Source: Reuters .