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Australia Cancels Visa Of Novak Djokovic

Australia Cancels Visa Of Novak Djokovic

Australia Cancels Visa Of Novak Djokovic

Australia Cancels Visa Of Novak Djokovic Ahead Of 2022 Australian Open. Australia has dropped the visa of Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic in front of the 2022 Australian Open, the BBC has detailed.

The nation means to expel him on Thursday (6 January) and his attorneys are relied upon to pursue.

Australia’s Health Minister Greg Hunt affirmed the news saying that the star neglected to give ‘proper norms of evidence’ that would have permitted him to enter the country.

The Australian Border Force affirmed the news through an assertion saying: “The ABF will keep on guaranteeing that the people who show up at our line conform to our laws and passage necessities.

“The ABF can confirm that Mr. Djokovic failed to provide appropriate evidence to meet the entry requirements to Australia, and his visa has been subsequently canceled.

“Non-citizens who do not hold a valid visa on entry or who have had their visa canceled will be detained and removed from Australia.”

Commenting on the reports that he was held in the airport without his phone, the ABF went on to add: “The ABF can confirm Mr. Djokovic had access to his phone.”

World number one Djokovic was ready to safeguard his Australian Open title this month however competition coordinators incited public shock by giving him consent to play.

Acting Sports Minister Jaala Pulford affirmed that the state government was not supporting his visa application to contend in the Australian Open.

She tweeted: “The Federal Government has asked if we will support Novak Djokovic’s visa application to enter Australia.

“We will not be providing Novak Djokovic with individual visa application support to participate in the 2022 Australian Open Grand Slam.

“We’ve always been clear on two points: visa approvals are a matter for the Federal Government, and medical exemptions are a matter for doctors.”

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