Novak Djokovic appeals for deportation from Australia
Novak Djokovic has successfully defended the Australian Open in Melbourne Park by successfully overturning the decision to revoke an Australian visa in the Australian Circuit Court. Despite the Australian government’s failure to delay the trial by 48 hours, Judge Anthony Kelly said that the story never ends. In other words, those rules were not followed. “
Records of an interview with the Australian Border Force were released as part of the case, but given the possibility of replacing the Minister of Interior, which included a discretionary call from the Minister of Immigration, the State The possibility of a three-year ban still rests on Jokovic’s head as part of the proceedings.
This decision rocked the world of tennis, and Rafael Nadal labeled the episode “Circus” after commenting on the latest developments. While Andy Murray ridicules Nigel Farage’s opportunistic view on this issue.
Djokovic succeeded after pushing the question of whether the Australian Government and border forces made a mistake in handling Djokovic’s visa and their decision to revoke it. Serbs claimed to meet the medical exemption requirements because they were infected with Covid-19 in December. After a long testimony, Judge Kelly moved to abandon the original decision and ordered the 34-year-old boy to be immediately released from detention. Follow all the latest news and reactions from Djokovic’s hearing below.
Farage accuses officials of “bullying” Djokovic
Politician Nigel Farage says Australian government officials are “bullying” with a “threat” that could deport Djokovic in the coming days.
Despite Djokovic’s early appeal today, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has the right to deport the star if he so desires. The decision has not been made and it is said that deliberations are underway.
Farage has traveled to Belgrade and has been welcomed by the Djokovic family for the past few days.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:49
Is Djokovic still open and winning?
Djokovic’s preparations for the Australian Open have resumed today with the star back on the court. He wins his claim to stay in Australia and continues training while the government decides whether to re-cancel his visa.
The Serbs are undoubtedly a favorite for winning the crown that makes him the most successful male tennis player in history. He is currently tied for the most spectacular slum victory with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
The opening will start on January 17th.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:38
Sudden end of press conference
While Djokovic tested positive on December 16, many point out that he attended the public event the next day without a mask.
Ace wasn’t asked directly about it, so reporters handed it over to his family at a press conference they held this afternoon. However, the family did not answer the question and suddenly ended the meeting.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:29
Is Djokovic welcomed at Wimbledon?
As Djokovic struggles to travel to Australia without a vaccine, he is beginning to raise the question of whether he will encounter the same struggle in other countries.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was asked if the world was no. 1 will be welcomed at Wimbledon when the tournaments are held in June and July.
He states: “It is important that the Australian authorities take their own action.
“What I can say about Novak Djokovic is that he’s a pretty good guy to someone I’ve played tennis with. [is that] I believe in vaccination and I think it’s great. “
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:21
Appeal for freedom of speech Victory Victory
At a Djokovic press conference, his father, Mr. Suldan, said the victory in the appeal was a victory in freedom of speech.
The star was not vaccinated and it was revealed today that the tax exemption given to him was based on his having Covid in December. Suldan said: “He fought for freedom of thought, freedom of speech. For anyone in the world with free thinking, it was very, very difficult for us. But he was very strong. , A wonderful young man who always tries to help and never harms. “
And he believes his son was treated the same as he was at the airport because of his shape. They thought this world was their world and had divinely-given power that it is impossible for young people in small poor countries to be the best in their sport. “
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Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:11
“I hope he can play freely.”
Djokovic’s family wants the star to remain in Australia and compete at the Australian Open for just over a week.
His mother, Dijana, shared concerns that he could be deported if the government chose to re-cancel his visa within a few days. She said. “I’m very worried, but I don’t want to think about it. I hope he stays that way so he can play freely and freely.”
If he wins the event, he will be the most successful male tennis player in history with 21 Grand Slam wins. The current Australian Open champion also thanked his fans for his support on Twitter a while back.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 14:01
Did Djokovic appear at the press conference?
I expected Djokovic to appear at a press conference with his family via a weblink, but he didn’t attend. Instead, he shared a tweet. This is the first time I’ve spoken since I won the appeal earlier today.
The situation continues to allow the Australian government to deport him within a few days if desired. But at this point, Djokovic has returned to court and is preparing for the Australian Open, which will begin a week later.
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Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 13:52
So what was said at the press conference?
Several members of Djokovic’s family spoke at a press conference a few minutes ago and answered reporters’ questions. The meeting was canceled when asked about the publicly drawn stars after the test was positive.
They were celebrating the victory of the star who won his appeal, and look forward to seeing him compete at the Australian Open. But they also revealed what happened to the world. 1 At Melbourne Airport, the conditions he has lived in since.
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Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 13:44
Djokovic’s family is “worried” that he will be deported
Djokovic may be deported in the next few days, depending on whether the Australian Government has decided to re-cancel the visa.
Just a short time ago, at a press conference, her mother, Dijana, said, “I’m very worried, but I don’t want to think about it,” when the reporter asked how she felt about it.
The star will try to defend his title at the Australian Open starting January 17th.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 13:39
So when did Djokovic’s test turn positive?
Djokovic states that he is medically exempt because he tested positive for Covid on December 16.
Ben Rothenberg, the star of the NCR tennis podcast, said he clicked on the QR code, and the website said it was negative and then tried again and said it was positive.
Sarah RendellJanuary 10, 2022 13:33