Djokovic’s visa cancelled by Australia

According to a number of foreign media reports on the 14th, Serbian President Vucic bombarded Australia on social media for the cancellation of Djokovic’s visa again. “Why are you abusing him, why not just against him, but against his family and the country as a whole”.

Djokovic's visa cancelled by Australia

A few hours ago, Australia again cancelled the visa for men’s tennis world No. 1 Novak Djokovic.

Australia’s immigration minister issued a statement saying: “I have exercised my authority … to cancel Mr Djokovic’s visa on the grounds of health and good order. It is in the public interest to do so.” The BBC reported that this means he will face Deportation and three-year visa ban.

Djokovic’s lawyers called the decision “unreasonable” and have appealed. CNN reported that Djokovic will be formally detained on Saturday and escorted to a lawyer’s office, while an Australian court will hear his case.

Earlier, many media reported that on January 4, the Australian Open Organizing Committee officially announced. After rigorous deliberation by medical experts, Djokovic has been granted a medical exemption. No vaccinations are required to participate in the Australian Open.

On January 6, the Australian Border Agency found that the “medical exemption” of Djokovic’s entry visa was not justified. decided to revoke his visa. But at a hearing on January 10, an Australian court reversed the government’s decision to cancel Djokovic’s visa.

On the 14th, the Australian Immigration Service said it had decided to cancel the visa of Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic.

This means that Djokovic may not be able to continue to compete in the Australian Open and will not be allowed to enter Australia for up to three years.

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