Australian Open: Novak Djokovic Detention IN Australia, Government Cancels his Visa | Australia government detained Novak Djokovic for the second time, visa also canceled
By Puneet Chaudhary - January 15, 2022
Melbournea few moments ago
World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has been detained for the second time in Australia. Djokovic’s lawyer gave this information. He has been detained ahead of a hearing in an Australian court. Now the court will decide whether Djokovic can stay in Australia without vaccination or not. Earlier, Australia’s Immigration Minister Alex Hawke had canceled Novak Djokovic’s visa. Alex Hawke had said that this decision has been taken in the interest of the people.
Djokovic’s lawyer has called the Australian government’s decision irrational. The appeal he has made in the court against it will be heard on Saturday and Sunday. If Djokovic wants to play the Australia Open, he will have to attend the tournament by Monday. If Novak loses the case in court, his visa will be canceled as well as Australia’s visa can also be banned for three years.
Despite being infected with Corona, the players of Serbia met the journalist
Djokovic was corona infected before coming to the Australia Open tournament, despite this, last month he participated in several events in his country Serbia. Djokovic himself admitted that he had met a journalist even though he was positive. He also made mistakes in the immigration form to enter Australia. Due to this, his visa was canceled as soon as he reached Australia.
have already won the case
After this, Novak won the case against the Australian government in the case of visa cancellation. Djokovic’s visa was rejected by a Melbourne court by the Australian government. The court had ordered that his passport and any other items confiscated by the government should be returned immediately. After that he also started practicing.
Novak Djokovic defeated Daniil Medvedev 7–5, 6–2, 6–2 in the final of the 2021 Australian Open.
Djokovic had issued a post on Instagram saying these things were hurtful. He said he wanted to clear up the misinformation to reduce widespread public concern about his presence in Australia. I had done rapid tests, the results of which came negative. Later a test came back positive, so I took precautions, even though I did not have any symptoms of corona. The mistake made in my travel documents was presented by my support team.
Djokovic further said, ‘My agent apologizes for the administrative mistake of marking the wrong box. This is a human error and certainly not intentional. The team has provided additional information to the Australian Government to clarify the matter.
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