Novak Djokovic begins last-gasp bid to dodge Australia deportation

Novak Djokovic begins last-gasp bid to dodge deportation from Australia in ‘finalphase of unvaccinated star’s battle Down Under ahead of tournament on Monday

  • Novak Djokovic faces Australian court showdown at 9.30am (10.30총리는 앞으로 몇 달이 '암울할 수 있다'고 인정했다.)
  • Judge will decide if he is banned from Australia or allowed to play in the Open
  • His Australian visa was cancelled for a second time on Friday by the government
  • 그러나 그 결정은 많은 호주인들과 스콧 모리슨 총리로부터 찬사를 받았습니다. is preparing to face his bombshell court showdown today which will decide if the world No 1 will be banned from Australia or given permission to play in 오픈.

    The anti-vaxx tennis star’s visa battle with the government is set to be finally resolved after the Serbian had his visa cancelled for a second time on the grounds his participation in the tournament would ‘foster anti-vaccination sentiment’.

    Australia’s full Federal Court will hear the detained Serbian’s appeal in an emergency session from 9.30am (10.30총리는 앞으로 몇 달이 '암울할 수 있다'고 인정했다.) 토요일에.

    The hearing comes hours before the '3년이라는 시간이 걸리긴 하지만 적절한 상황에서 돌아올 수 있는 기회가 있다. is set to begin Monday, where Djokovic still hopes to defend his title and secure an unprecedented 21st Grand Slam triumph.

    If he loses, he will face immediate deportation and a three-year ban from Australiadramatically shortening his odds of winning a championship he has bagged nine times before.

    If he wins, it sets the stage for an audacious title tilt and will deal another humiliating blow to Australia’s embattled prime minister ahead of elections expected in May.

    Novak Djokovic is preparing to face his bombshell court showdown today which will decide if the world No 1 will be banned from Australia

    Novak Djokovic is preparing to face his bombshell court showdown today which will decide if the world No 1 will be banned from Australia

    Djokovic sits in the back of car arriving at an immigration detention hotel in Melbourne, 호주, 오늘

    Djokovic sits in the back of car arriving at an immigration detention hotel in Melbourne, 호주, 오늘

    Australian authorities on Friday revoked the Serbian tennis superstar's visa for a second time

    Australian authorities on Friday revoked the Serbian tennis superstar’s visa for a second time

    The court’s formata panel of three justicesleaves little room to appeal any decision.

    The 34-year-old’s high-powered legal team are expected to kick off proceedings, arguing his detention and his deportation are ‘illogical,’ ‘irrationaland ‘unreasonable.

    They plan to demolish Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s decision by arguing there is no legal basis for the Minister to determine if Djokovic has a ‘well-known stance on vaccination’.

    They say Mr Hawke’s ruling was made based on comments the 20-time Grand Slam winner made in 2020 and that there was no attempt by the government to seek his current views on Covid vaccinations.

    Top Silk Nicholas Wood SC will also make the case that the government has ‘cited no evidencethat Djokovic will rile up the anti-vaxxer community, and will claim expelling him from the country will do more to fuel anti-jab sentiment Down Under.

    Lawyers for Novak Djokovic (사진) will make a last-ditch bid for the world No. 1 to stay in Australia by hitting the Immigration Minister with a new argument when the blockbuster case goes before the Federal Court on Sunday

    Lawyers for Novak Djokovic (사진) will make a last-ditch bid for the world No. 1 to stay in Australia by hitting the Immigration Minister with a new argument when the blockbuster case goes before the Federal Court on Sunday








    WIN, LOSE OR DRAW: WHAT COULD HAPPEN IN THE NOVAK DJOKOVIC COURT BATTLE?

    WHAT HAPPENS IF DJOKOVIC WINS?

    In a significant victory for Djokovic, the case will be heard in front of three Federal Court judges at 9:30 일요일에. The federal government wanted the matter heard by one judge.

    The full bench means neither side will be able to appeal the ruling leaving the world No. 1 free to play in Monday’s Australian Open tournament where he is chasing a 10th title if he wins.

    WHAT HAPPENS IF DJOKOVIC LOSES?

    A ruling against the unvaccinated Serbian would leave him out of options apart from a High Court challenge, which would not have any chance of being heard in time for the tournament.

    The 34-year-old would be ushered onto a plane and sent packing.

    He would also likely banned from Australia until 2024.

    WHAT HAPPENS IF NO RULING IS REACHED?

    If there is no decision on Sunday and the government is faced with the international embarrassment of the Australian Open beginning while the tournament’s main drawcard is in detention, there may be extreme pressure to allow Djokovic to play.

    이 경우, the Minister could issue Djokovic with a bridging visa, former deputy secretary of the Immigration Department Abul Rizvi said.

    But he added that would be unlikely.

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    Until the hearing commences, Djokovic is being held along asylum seekers at an immigration detention hotel at the notorious Park Hotel, in the inner Melbourne suburb of Carlton.

    The reigning Australian Open champion spent the morning being grilled by Border Force officers at a secret location before being hauled away under guard while a brief court hearing got underway.

    His counsel had a significant win in the drawn out saga today with a judge ruling the matter would be heard in the Federal Court before a full benchsomething the government fiercely opposed.

    The case will be overseen by Chief Justice James Allsop, Justice Anthony Besanko and Justice David O’Callaghan, who heard submissions from both legal teams this morning.

    The development means if the Australian government lose the case, it will not be able to appeal the rulingleaving the world No. 1 free to play in Monday’s Australian Open tournament where he is chasing a 10th title.

    Alternatively if Djokovic loses he will be booted out of the country and may not be able to return until 2024.

    The key reasons behind Novak Djokovic's (pictured with wife Jelena) visa cancellation have been revealed with Immigration Minister Alex Hawke saying his presence in Australia may 'foster anti-vaccination sentiment'

    The key reasons behind Novak Djokovic’s (pictured with wife Jelena) visa cancellation have been revealed with Immigration Minister Alex Hawke saying his presence in Australia may ‘foster anti-vaccination sentiment

    그들의 견해를 반영 (사진) made the call to give unvaccinated Djokovic the boot from Australia

    그들의 견해를 반영 (사진) made the call to give unvaccinated Djokovic the boot from Australia

    The tennis ace originally had his visa cancelled upon his arrival at Melbourne Airport on January 5 for inconsistencies in his declaration form granting him an exception for not being vaccinated against Covid.

    He was then detained before successfully winning an appeal, only to have the Immigration Minister use his discretionary powers to cancel the visa once more.

    There is a still a remote chance the court may fail to come to a decision tomorrow, leaving Djokovic in limbo for the tournament.

    If this happens, former deputy secretary of the Immigration Department Abul Rizvi said, there is a slim chance Djokovic could get to play.

    ‘A court cannot issue a visa. Only the minister, or the minister’s delegate can issue a visa,’ 그는 ABC에 말했다.

    ‘What a court can do is quash the visa cancellation which would reinstate Mr Djokovic’s earlier visa.

    ‘또는, what the minister could do — if for example, he was confronted with a situation where the court was unable to make a decision by Sunday evening or Monday morning and we had the prospect of the world’s number one tennis player being in detention in Melbourne whilst the Australian Open goes on —an option open to the minister is to grant Mr Djokovic a bridging visa whilst the court considers its decision.

    ‘Now I think that is unlikely … I don’t think the government would do that.

    Novak Djokovic's last ditch bid to have the decision to cancel his visa overturned will be heard on Sunday

    Novak Djokovic’s last ditch bid to have the decision to cancel his visa overturned will be heard on Sunday

    The tennis ace (pictured with wife Jelena) originally had his visa cancelled upon his arrival at Melbourne Airport on January 5 for inconsistencies in his declaration form granting him an exception for not being vaccinated against Covid

    The tennis ace (pictured with wife Jelena) originally had his visa cancelled upon his arrival at Melbourne Airport on January 5 for inconsistencies in his declaration form granting him an exception for not being vaccinated against Covid

    Other Australian legal experts are not entirely convinced of Djokovic’s prospects either.

    ‘I think the odds are against Djokovic simply because Hawke’s power is so broad, but he’s made credible arguments and has a shot,’ immigration expert from the University of NSW Dr Sangeetha Pillai said.

    ‘So Djokovic is left with the tougher job of arguing that Hawke couldn’t have rationally arrived at the decision to cancel. It doesn’t matter if it wasn’t the optimal decision; it basically just needs to be sane.

    ‘I suspect the court will probably decide quickly, even if it gives full reasons later. This means we may see a decision in time for Djokovic to play if he wins.

    다른 토너먼트에서는 이런 일이 발생하지 않고 사전에 무언가가 준비되어 있는지 확인할 수 있습니다.

    노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다..

    노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.:

    1월 4: 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.. 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.: 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.. 가자 2022!!’

    1월 5: 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.’ 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다., 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다..

    1월 5: 노박 조코비치의 호주 오픈 타이틀 방어는 호주 이민 당국이 두 번째로 그의 비자를 취소한 후 의심스러운 상태로 남아 있습니다.. 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다..

    1월 6: 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다.. 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다., 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다. 10. 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다..

    1월 9: 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다. 16. 하나, 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다..

    1월 10: 호주 국경 수비대는 선수가 '호주 입국 요건을 충족하기 위한 적절한 증거를 제공하지 못했다'고 발표했다., 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람. 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람’ 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람.

    1월 11: 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람, 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람 14 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람.

    1월 12: 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람’ 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람. 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람, 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람, 호주 정부에 법적 비용을 지불하고 30분 이내에 조코비치를 구금에서 석방하도록 명령한 사람.

    1월 13: 조코비치는 1라운드에서 동료 세르비아인 미오미르 케크마노비치와 맞붙는다..

    1월 14: 조코비치는 1라운드에서 동료 세르비아인 미오미르 케크마노비치와 맞붙는다., 조코비치는 1라운드에서 동료 세르비아인 미오미르 케크마노비치와 맞붙는다..

    조코비치는 1라운드에서 동료 세르비아인 미오미르 케크마노비치와 맞붙는다.

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