Melbourne, Australia) – The chaos around us does not subside Novak Djokovic And now the stakes for the Serbian champion may be more complex than anticipated. In short: after the medical exemption to participate in Australian Open Despite not being vaccinated and returned due to visa issues at Melbourne Airport, the Serb will remain locked up in a refugee holding hotel while his case is re-discussed. The 34-year-old’s legal team has appealed to review the Australian Department of Home Affairs’ deportation decision, but the tennis star remains in limbo for now. The number one in the world was brought to The Park Hotel in Carlton In Melbourne, where many fans gathered to demand his release. The complicated situation has caused heated debate internationally and now it is expected that the fallout could rule the Serbian champion out of Australia for 3 years.
Djokovic may be banned for 3 years from Australia
After landing in Melbourne at around 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Djokovic was taken away and questioned by immigration officials. On Thursday morning, Australian Border Force officials confirmed that her visa had been revoked Djokovic It is not possible to enter Australian territory. The Professor of Public Law at the University of Sydney also spoke on this subject, Marie Crookwho said: “If he gets kicked out of Australia, there is a chance of that excluded for three years.. He added that it may be legally difficult to fight the Federal Court’s decision: “His visa will be revoked either because he did not meet the entry requirements, or because he made a false statement. He has no right to appeal anything, he can’t say I’m the best tennis player, let me in.”
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