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Djokovic is currently attempting to stop his deportation so he can participate in the Australian Open, which is due to begin in a week's time.
The lawyer also pointed to guidance from the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation stating that - if a coronavirus infection is confirmed through a PCR test - vaccination can be deferred for up to six months.Court documents suggest Djokovic initially tested positive for COVID on 16 December, but the government argues that"there is no suggestion" Djokovic ended up having"acute major medical illness" at this time.
Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player0:34'Mr Djokovic is not being held captive'Djokovic's lawyers have also alleged that he was treated unfairly after arriving at Melbourne Airport by Australian Border Force officials.Read more: Sky News »
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Novak Djokovic: Judge raises concerns over tennis star's treatment by border officersAnthony Kelly is presiding over the tennis star's challenge to the cancellation of his Australian visa. Threw him under the bus HelpRefugees_Indonesia Taking care of my debts and giving my family the best financially is what I have long waited for, TarellaCampbel thank you for helping me gain financial success.
Novak Djokovic allowed to leave Australian detention for court hearingThe hearing has been affected by technical issues but Djokovic’s counsel has begun arguing his case 'Novak currently finds himself stuck inside Melbourne’s Park Hotel, waiting for the well lubricated (and often inebriated) cogs of the Australian justice system to turn and decide his immigration centred fate.' to read in full! Taking care of my debts and giving my family the best financially is what I have long waited for, TarellaCampbel thank you for helping me gain financial success. Very unwise for this Djokovich to find himself in a very unsportsman situation, leaves dark undertones.
Novak Djokovic: Australia denies tennis star would be given exemptionIn just a few hours time Novak Djokovic faces the latest round in his Australian campaign, not a date at the Rod Laver Arena, but an immigration appeal hearing at Australia's Federal Court. symeonbrown Enough already. He just needs to feck off & forget about it. Until he got Covid,he must've thought he wasn't going to be able to play in it,anyway. He got Covid at just the right time to give him a window of opportunity,but now it's closed again. C'est La Vie. Move on, Novax. symeonbrown This is such an irrelevant story. Why is it getting such a lot of publicity? symeonbrown Oh dear deary me.
Novak Djokovic caught Covid days after deadline for vaccine exemptionDjokovic tested positive to Covid-19 on December 16, six days after a deadline was given to apply for a medical exemption from Tennis Australia for the Australian Open at Melbourne Park. 😂😂 so he has caught it twice now and he is still alive 😂😂 Yeah right !!!!!
Novak Djokovic was sleep-deprived and pressured to cancel his visa, court documents claimThe Serbian tennis star's lawyers claim he was interrogated for six hours at Melbourne airport before being allowed to go somewhere to sleep - only to be woken by officials half an hour later and pressured into making a decision on cancelling his visa. Absolute bollocks Yawn. I am not a huge Novak fan, but the Aussie govt and tennis Australia have been ridiculous. What a police state! I wonder why he didn’t just tell them to shove it and leave.
Novak Djokovic: Court documents show tennis star had Covid last month, his lawyers sayNovak Djokovic has filed court papers saying he tested positive for Covid last month. symeonbrown reports symeonbrown What’s the penalty for lying? Or was he out and about while positive? symeonbrown Looks like Covid has affected his senses. symeonbrown The same day he was at an event?
Novak Djokovic The lawyer also pointed to guidance from the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation stating that - if a coronavirus infection is confirmed through a PCR test - vaccination can be deferred for up to six months. Court documents suggest Djokovic initially tested positive for COVID on 16 December, but the government argues that"there is no suggestion" Djokovic ended up having"acute major medical illness" at this time. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player 0:34 'Mr Djokovic is not being held captive' Djokovic's lawyers have also alleged that he was treated unfairly after arriving at Melbourne Airport by Australian Border Force officials. The tennis star had struggled to contact his lawyers and Tennis Australia because it was the middle of the night. Although he was given until 8.30am to establish contact, the court heard that the 34-year-old was woken up at 6am and pressured to respond"because it was better for him if they made the decision right away". The court hearing was significantly disrupted by technical issues with the livestream, which appeared to buckle under pressure as vast numbers of people attempted to tune in. Following an adjournment for lunch, lawyers representing the Australian government are set to make their arguments. Related Topics