In a new chapter of the novel by Novak Djokovic in Australia, the Minister of Immigration, Alex Hawke, canceled the visa again of the Serbian tennis player but his lawyers appealed the measure that prevents you from entering Australia for three years and a judge stopped his deportation. The novel continues.
The Australia Open start monday and Djokovic has a rival, but the authorities of the host country again canceled his visa. Both parties joined an audience and there the judge determined that the Serb not be deported: the case remains in the hands of a federal judge, details TN.
At about 6:00 p.m. in that part of the world, Hawke’s measurement was known, so the hearing led by Anthony Kelly, a judge who ordered him released on Monday happened when he was rejected by Immigration for have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
The Immigration Minister stated that The measure was taken for “health and order maintenance reasons as it is in the public interest”. At the same time, in the statement it issued, it details that “the Morrison government is firmly committed to protecting Australia’s borders, particularly in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
However, hours later it was learned that Djokovic will be detained again this Saturday in Melbourne after meeting with Australian immigration officials.
It is expected that after that meeting, which began in a place that was not made public to avoid the “media circus”, the 34-year-old Serb is detained by the immigration authorities, although he cannot be deported until the case is resolved judicially.
When Djokovic’s participation in the Australia Open is defined
With this brake on the ordinance of the Australian Immigration Minister, now Novak Djokovic will be investigated on Saturday by Australian immigration authorities, details the newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald.
In this situation, you should wait for the Sunday so that Nole’s novel has an end, since the day before the first Grand Slam of the year starts, They will define if the tennis player number 1 is deported or not.
Who was Novak Djokovic’s rival at the Australia Open
The first Grand Slam of the year starts on Monday, and Djokovic was one of its main candidates as he won it nine times. In the midst of the controversy because the tennis player is not vaccinated and this goes against the health regulations of Australia, the draw was made and it was his turn to debut against his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic.