16th January 2022 – (Sydney) In recent weeks, Australia has been captivated by the saga surrounding the world’s number one. Djokovic was told on Friday that he must still leave the country because he has not been vaccinated against the corona virus and because he has provided incorrect data about where he has been in recent weeks. was and what he did while he tested positive for the virus.
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke then used his power to revoke the visa of the world’s number 1. That happened just days after a Melbourne judge decided to approve the Serb’s medical exemption and release him from the detention center where the tennis player was required to remain after his arrival in Australia.
The federal court ruled in favor of Hawke today.
Djokovic was due to play at the Australian Open tomorrow evening. His opponent was his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic, but he is now probably running into a lucky loser.