Regarding recent news about the athlete’s visa being cancelled, his visa was again cancelled for the second time. Australia’s immigration minister: Alex Hawke had made the decision considering all information given to him at the time and made sure that this would be swiftly prompted.
When Djokovic arrived in Melbourne last week, he was stopped and questioned for hours by Australian Border Force agents.
They would then cancel his visa after concluding that he had sufficient evidence to justify a medical exemption from vaccination against Covid-19.
Second Time Around
Novak’s legal team contended that he had complied with all of Tennis Australia’s and the Victorian government’s requests in order to compete in the Grand Slam in Australia.
Judge Kelly overturned his visa cancellation when a federal court ruled in his favor. He was finally allowed to leave his quarantine accommodation and begin his preparations for the Australian Open. However, after testing positive for Covid-19 last year, Djokovic admitted on January 12 that he had broken the regulations.
Be sure to check out this video here on what else went down with the athlete’s second visa cancellation.