Sport Tennis - Djokovic case: Djokovic gets a new stay!

14:05  14 january  2022
14:05  14 january  2022 Source:   sport365.fr

Novak Djokovic breaks silence from detention hotel after Australian Open fiasco

  Novak Djokovic breaks silence from detention hotel after Australian Open fiasco BREAKING: NOVAK DJOKOVIC has posted publicly for the first time since having his visa cancelled and being held in a Melbourne hotel when arriving for the Australian Open with a medical exemption.Following months of speculation over his participation, Djokovic announced on Tuesday that he would be competing in the Australian Open after receiving "an exemption permission", posting a photo of himself at the airport before flying to Melbourne.

novak djokovic © Panoramic Novak Djokovic

After the Novak Djokovic visa was canceled for the second time, a videoconferencing emergency hearing was convened this Friday in Australia to decide on the world's number 1 lot. At the end of it, it was decided that the Serbian, summoned Saturday morning in the immigration offices, will not be excluded until the procedure is in progress. A new stay for the champion.

New stay for Novak Djokovic, which will not be excluded until the procedure is complete. After the Serb had seen on Friday its annulled visa since its arrival by the Australian Ministry of Immigration (a decision supported by the Prime Minister of the Country), a videoconferencing hearing was convened urgently this Friday (in Evening in Australia) to decide the spell of the title of the tournament. The hearing was chaired by the same Judge Anthony Kelly who had already supervised the debates after the first cancellation of the Visa de Djokovic, allowing him to stay in Australia when the Czech Renata Voracova, in the same case as the world number 1 and a Time also housed in the Melbourne Retention Center, had already returned to his country after being expelled from Australia. In the presence of Nick Wood Champion and Paul Holdenson's lawyers, through whom Djokovic had played his right to appeal, and those of the Minister of Immigration Alex Hawke Stephen Lloyd and Christopher Tran, one of the advice. of the player immediately requested that the decision be canceled, whether the expulsion requested is blocked and the Serbian retention center , where he had been placed after his tumultuous arrival and his seven hours spent in the office of services. Immigration from Melbourne Airport.

Novak Djoković in Australia: Tennis player reports to Sklat to arrive for the first time from quarantine to speak

 Novak Djoković in Australia: Tennis player reports to Sklat to arrive for the first time from quarantine to speak The third night spends Novak Djoković in Melbourne in a hotel for everyday life. Sympathizers, but also critics went to the street before. The Australian government also reported to speak. © Loren Elliott / Reuters It was not exactly contentious words that Novak Djoković turned to the public on Friday afternoon after his landing in Melbourne to the public. But after all, he turned to the public after days of silence.

Novak Djokovic V Ministerist for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Airs: A Directions Hearing Will Be Conducted Tonight at 8.45pm (AEDT) Before Judge Anthony Kelly. The Hearing Will Be Streamed on Our YouTube Channel - https://t.co/oarwL6GNGY Pic.twitter.com/QMBDQGCCIL

- Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (@FCFCOA) January 14, 2022

Djokovic has now See you Saturday morning

Wood also regretted that this second cancellation also intervenes late (after four days of reflection and while the tournament will start on Monday) and formally denied that this delay could be linked to the time set to defense for Provide the requested documents. "Time is valuable," said Djokovic's lawyer, advancing a "contraindication to vaccination", as for any high-level player, to respond to the fears of the Minister of Immigration to "excite a Anti-Vax feeling "in case of participation of the player at the tournament. A discourse heard by the Government who again agreed to differ from the expulsion of Djokovic, considered by Wood as "a negligible risk for the others", as long as the final decision is not taken. the lawyer of the Ministry of Immigration has, in parallel, convened the champion to go to the offices of the immigration services on Saturday morning (8:00), Melbourne's time, where he can be again accompanied by his lawyers. The soap opera is still not completed, and the Serb, which is not detained on Saturday night, still virtually the number 1 Series head of the Australian Open.

Open from Australia. Novak Djokovic trained tonight, his visa still under the threat .
© AFP / William West Novak Djokovic, in February 2021 in Melbourne. Novak Djokovic returned to the courts after his prolonged passage by a migrant detention center, upon his arrival in Melbourne. Unless a week from the beginning of the tournament, his participation remains uncertain.

usr: 0
This is interesting!