Djokovic could be deported from Australia despite winning court battle

A judge ordered the release of Novak Djokovic on Monday.


Ivica Dacic, President of the Serbian Parliament, assured that he believes that the Australian authorities they are preparing to deport Novak Djokovic, despite the fact that a judge ordered this Monday the world tennis number 1 release.

“Obviously, the Australian authorities they will choose to deport Djokovic ”, declared Dacic to the Serbian station Hepi. “In general, this procedure it’s embarrassing and you must have a reaction for our part ”, demanded the President of Parliament and former Foreign Minister, who acknowledged that Serbia has limited options for responding.

Dacic pointed out that each country has a discretionary right to deny someone entry into your territory, but reported that it had never been about acquaintances, as is the case with Novak Djokovic.

An australian court ordered the release of Djokovic on Monday, who had been held since last Thursday in a hotel in the city of Melbourne after the revocation of your visa for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.

This decision would allow, in principle, Djokovic participate in the Australian Open, which in case of victory would become his tenth title of that tournament and his twenty-first Grand Slam, which would surpass the Swiss Roger Federer and Spanish Rafael Nadal.

The Australian Government agreed today to reverse your decision to cancel the visa, although attorney Christopher Tran noted that Alex Hawke, Minister of Immigration, consider the possibility of use his special powers to deport Djokovic.

You can also read: Djokovic’s defense argues that the tennis player had COVID-19 in December to receive the medical exemption

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