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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Novak Djokovic won a court battle Monday to stay in Australia to contest the Australian Open after his exemption from strict coronavirus vaccination rules was questioned, but the drama might not be finished, with the government threatening to cancel his visa a second time and deport him.

Federal Circuit Court Judge Anthony Kelly reinstated the tennis star’s visa, which was revoked after his arrival last week because officials decided he didn’t meet the criteria for an exemption to an entry requirement that all non-citizens be fully vaccinated. Djokovic’s lawyers say that since he recently recovered from COVID-19, he didn’t need to be inoculated under Australia’s rules.

The article goes on to state the following:

The judge ruled the No. 1 player had not been given enough time to speak to his lawyers before the decision about his visa was made and ordered the government to release him within 30 minutes from a Melbourne quarantine hotel where he has spent the last four nights.

However, the report states that the immigration minister is still considering “whether to exercise a personal power of cancellation,” which would mean the tennis champion, 34, could still face deportation and miss the tournament, which starts on Jan. 17.

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  1. Draconian measures taken in Australia, against their own people n others, should be enough for all tennis players to step away from the Australian open… That or just give it to the 200 rnked player from Iraq..


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