Sport Djokovic asks justice to block its expulsion from Australia

15:00  14 january  2022
15:00  14 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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.

Le Serbe Novak Djokovic, après un point perdu contre l'Autrichien Dominic Thiem, lors de la finale de l'Open d'Australie, le 2 février 2020 © Greg Wood the Serb Novak Djokovic, after a point lost against the Austrian Dominic Thiem, at the Final of the Open of Australia, February 2 2020

The world's number of tennis Novak Djokovic asked justice on Friday to prevent his expulsion from Australia, after the cancellation of his visa for the second time by the government, said his lawyer.

The Serbian player has, at this stage, not been placed in retention by the authorities, said his lawyer, Nick Wood, who requested that his client, entered Australia without being vaccinated against CIVID-19, remains free for the duration of the procedure. "We are very concerned about time," he added during a hearing before a Melbourne J., three days before the beginning of the Australian Open.


"sometimes errors occur": Djokovic tents a mini mea culpa .
bad box checked on the visa application, stay in unmarked Spain, meeting with young players and an interview at the team while it is positive , erroneous dates on the results of its PCR tests: Always uncertain for the Australian Open , Novak Djokovic acknowledged on Wednesday that he had committed a series of what he calls "errors" by filling out his form of entry into Australia.

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