Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic had a telephone conversation in the last few hours with Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia. This was reported by the Belgrade media according to which at the center of the discussion there was only one protagonist: Novak Djokovic. The tenure of the world’s number one tennis player in Australia is still uncertain. An Australian court has confirmed the validity of Djokovic’s visa but the final decision is in the hands of the country’s government. According to reports, Brnabic would have asked for a “dignified treatment” for the Serbian champion. In particular, the premier pushed on the possibility of training, which was not allowed upon arrival in the country. The reason for the request is that the Australian Open is approaching: the January 17 the first official matches will begin, with or without Djokovic. The two heads of state would have closed the phone call by agreeing to continue to speak in the coming days. Now the word is up to the Australian immigration minister Alex Hawke: he will be the one to choose whether to revoke the visa to the champion.