Novak Djokovic: Court to decide player's Australian Open fate
Judges will hear the player's appeal against his visa being revoked on grounds of public interest.
Three judges will decide Djokovic's fate when the Federal Court meets at 09:30 local time on Sunday (22:30 GMT on Saturday).They will look at whether Immigration Minister Alex Hawke was justified in cancelling Djokovic's visa under Australia's Migration Act.
Court documents show Mr Hawke concluded that the unvaccinated player's presence could fuel opposition to Covid-19 vaccination."[I] consider that his presence may be a risk to the health of the Australian community," he wrote in a letter to Djokovic and his lawyers, adding that he believed it could also provoke "civil unrest" because he was "a person of influence and status".Read more: BBC News (UK) »
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That’s usually how tennis works So BBC CNN and others use these accusatory language like '..they do what they want' as to create the perception that they did something wrong to swing public opinion against them and take them down, like you did with Trump Novak and now your UK PM that did your dirty work so far.
There's people all round the world who couldn't even attend family funerals and he's expecting the rules to change so he can play tennis. His arrogance is stomach churning. Enough Is he still willing to stay there and play 🤔🤔
Novak Djokovic kicked out of Australian Open as visa cancelled for second timeNovak Djokovic has finally discovered his fate at the Australian Open after several days of uncertainty surrounding his participation at the event, and faces another lengthy legal battle He is not being 'kicked out' of the Australian Open. He's being kicked out of the country. Awesome! The best decision! Good
Novak Djokovic: a timeline of the tennis star’s Australian Open fiascoNovak Djokovic is at the centre of a storm of controversy after his visa was cancelled for a second time following scrutiny of the medical exemption he had secured to enter the country.
Novak Djokovic saga still looms large over Australian OpenAustrailan Open: There is a level of desperation for conversations about Djokovic to come to an end and for the focus to finally be on the tennis 🎾
Novak Djokovic detained again as deportation appeal moves to higher court | ITV NewsThe tennis star's legal battle moved to the Federal Court of Australia on Saturday as his lawyers appealed the second cancellation of his visa. | ITV National News DjokerNole Just go home DjokerNole He's won't back down 👍 DjokerNole His visa is like a boomerang
Novak Djokovic to be detained as Australia visa cancelled againThe saga over whether Novak Djokovic will play in the Australian Open has taken yet another twist, after he had his visa cancelled for the second time over Covid-19 entry regulations. _JordanJBryan reports. _JordanJBryan Good. Get him out of there. If he was Fred Boggis, plumber from Croydon, he would be back in Croydon by now. Or possibly in jail for lying to immigration. _JordanJBryan Really who cares?
Novak Djokovic Faces Deportation After Australia Cancels His Visa AgainAustralian authorities cancelled Novak Djokovic’s visa for a second time on Friday, all but ending a dramatic saga over whether the unvaccinated world no. 1 men’s tennis player could compete in the Australian Open 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Well done Australia AustralianOpen2022 Very excellent.