Tennis star Novak Djokovic to be deported from Australia after losing appeal over visa cancellation

The decision was a unanimous one from a three-judge panel.

16/1/2022 11:03:00 AM

Tennis star Novak Djokovic to be deported from Australia after losing appeal over visa cancellation:

The decision was a unanimous one from a three-judge panel.

As a result of this, Djokovic will have to withdraw from the Australian Open.This will end Djokovic's hopes of winning the tournament and achieving a record-breaking 21 men's Grand Slam titles.According to previous reports, a"lucky loser" will replace him in the Jan. 17 match against Miomir Kecmanovic.

The player will be randomly drawn from the top four ranked players who lost in the final round of the qualifiers.Had his visa revoked twiceThe tennis World No. 1 and nine-time Australian Open champion first arrived in the country on Jan. 6 to compete, but was detained at the airport.

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Tennis star Novak Djokovic's visa revoked for 2nd time by Australia, faces deportationA second appeal has been launched.

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Novak Djokovic's Australian Open bid in doubt again after government cancels visa for second timeNovak Djokovic is out of the Australian Open, once again, after immigration minister Alex Hawke cancelled his visa.

What more could Novak Djokovic have done? Get vaccinated, isolate and get the facts rightAustralia has again cancelled the world No 1’s visa. His fate was sealed when he conceded an error in his paperwork and acknowledged attending an interview after a positive Covid test

Tennis star Novak Djokovic's visa revoked for 2nd time by Australia, faces deportationA second appeal has been launched.

. As a result of this, Djokovic will have to withdraw from the Australian Open. This will end Djokovic's hopes of winning the tournament and achieving a record-breaking 21 men's Grand Slam titles. According to previous reports, a"lucky loser" will replace him in the Jan. 17 match against Miomir Kecmanovic. The player will be randomly drawn from the top four ranked players who lost in the final round of the qualifiers. Had his visa revoked twice The tennis World No. 1 and nine-time Australian Open champion first arrived in the country on Jan. 6 to compete, but was detained at the airport. Players in the Australian Open are required to be fully vaccinated or secure a medical exemption from an independent panel of experts in order to participate, and Djokovic is unvaccinated. Djokovic said he had been granted with an exemption to enter Australia, on the grounds that he had