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Tennis Star Novak Djokovic Still Faces Possible Deportation From Australia

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Tennis Star Novak Djokovic , Still Faces Possible Deportation , From Australia.
'Newsweek' reports that the controversy over
Novak Djokovic's entry into Australia may not be over, despite
the top-ranked tennis star's visa being reinstated.
'Newsweek' reports that the controversy over
Novak Djokovic's entry into Australia may not be over, despite
the top-ranked tennis star's visa being reinstated.
Djokovic's COVID-19 vaccine medical exemption
is still under review by Australia's immigration minister.
If the immigration minister determines that the exemption
poses a threat to public health, Djokovic could still
be denied entry and forced to leave Australia. .
If the immigration minister determines that the exemption
poses a threat to public health, Djokovic could still
be denied entry and forced to leave Australia. .
According to 'Newsweek,' if that happens,
Djokovic could be barred from entering
Australia for up to three years.
Now, with less than a week until the Australian Open starts on January 17, Djokovic remains in immigration limbo while he awaits a decision. .
Now, with less than a week until the Australian Open starts on January 17, Djokovic remains in immigration limbo while he awaits a decision. .
The stakes are high for Djokovic, a nine-time defending Australian Open champion looking to secure a men's record 21st Grand Slam singles title. .
The stakes are high for Djokovic, a nine-time defending Australian Open champion looking to secure a men's record 21st Grand Slam singles title. .
'Newsweek' reports that the immigration minister's
decision could take a while, but pressure
is mounting as the draw to determine brackets
for the tournament begins on January 12. .
'Newsweek' reports that the immigration minister's
decision could take a while, but pressure
is mounting as the draw to determine brackets
for the tournament begins on January 12. .
Djokovic's exemption was approved by
the Victoria state government and the
Australian Open's organizer, Tennis Australia. .
Djokovic's exemption was approved by
the Victoria state government and the
Australian Open's organizer, Tennis Australia. .
His exemption was later rejected by the Australian Border Force who subsequently canceled his visa. .
His exemption was later rejected by the Australian Border Force who subsequently canceled his visa. .
Later, an Australian federal judge
overturned the Border Force's decision.
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