Tennis star Novak Djokovic's visa revoked for 2nd time by Australia, faces deportation

A second appeal has been launched.

15/1/2022 9:49:00 AM

Tennis star Novak Djokovic's visa revoked for 2nd time by Australia, faces deportation

A second appeal has been launched.

On Jan. 12, Djokovic put up anInstagram postin which he explained that he had taken a PCR test on Dec. 16 and attended a tennis event in Belgrade on Dec. 17, to present awards to children.In addition, he had also tested negative for an ART test that he took just before the Dec. 17 event.

Following the event, Djokovic received the notice that his PCR test result was positive.The tennis player admitted that he subsequently went ahead with a media interview on Dec. 18, despite knowing his result, and called it an"error of judgement."

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