Novak Djokovic is once again on the verge of deportation after the Australian government obtained a second visa.
Why this is important: This is the latest in a series of events for Djokovic to compete in the Australian Open, even though he has not been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
- Djokovic’s lawyer said he would appeal to the Federal Circuit and Family Court.
- The jury is Anthony Kelly, who previously approved Djokovic to play in Australia.
- Djokovic was denied entry because he had not been vaccinated against the new coronavirus.
- Australian Border Guard Djokovic, as I wrote, said he did not provide enough evidence to enter the country, leading to his detention. Dessert news.
next: Djokovic’s lawyer, Nick Wood, said he hopes to appeal the decision by Sunday so that Djokovic can play on Monday when the tournament begins.
- Djokovic goes to federal court after being detained again by authorities on Saturday.
https://www.deseret.com/coronavirus/2022/1/14/22883573/novak-djokovic-visa-canceled-australian-open-latest Novak Djokovic visa has been canceled again: can he compete in the Australian Open?