Height days have passed since Australia first decided to withdraw the visa to Novak Djokovic, which prevented their participation in the Open de Australia. After four days held in a Melbourne hotel, Judge Anthony Kelly I reversed the government decision and agreed with the Serbian tennis player, who was waiting for the Decision of the Minister of Immigration Alex Hawke about a further withdrawal of his visa and his possible deportation from Australia. This has decided cancel his visa again for “reasons of health and good order, on the grounds that it was in the public interest to do so.”
Theworld number 1 has admitted “human error” in its travel documentation and Australian authorities continue to investigate her statement for her stance on vaccination against COVID.
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8:00 CANCELED THE VISA OF DJOKOVIC
Novak Djokovic has his visa canceled again. The decision is now official. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has canceled his visa “for reasons of health and good order, on the grounds that it was in the public interest to do so.”
7:50 Djokovic trains while awaiting the decision on his possible deportation
Novak Djokovic enters Melbourne for third in a row ahead of the start of the Australian Open on Monday, while awaiting the government’s decision on his possible deportation.
The number one in the world came out again this morning to one of the courts in Melbourne Park to practice while Australian authorities ponder if they cancel your visa a second time after you decide to travel to Australia without being vaccinated against covid-19.