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The Australian government cancels Djokovic’s visa again, the world’s first will face deportation – yqqlm

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Original title: Australian government cancels German and Johor visa again, world No. 1 faces deportation again

On January 14, Beijing time, according to British media reports, the Australian government once again cancelled Djokovic’s visa. Previously, Djokovic’s visa was revoked when he entered Australia. After an appeal and a trial, the court ruled to restore the validity of his visa. However, on January 14, the Australian Immigration Minister cancelled Djokovic’s visa again. Germany is currently facing deportation.

Previously, Djokovic has not disclosed his vaccination status, saying that he has a medical exemption and can compete without vaccination. However, the Australian government required proof of the vaccine upon entry, denying Djokovic entry. The two sides later launched legal proceedings.

On January 10, Djokovic won a legal battle, with a court ruling that Djokovic could remain in Australia to continue participating in the upcoming Australian Open.

It is inferred that the Australian immigration minister canceled the German visa again this time because he did not inform the border agency staff that he had visited Spain before when he entered the country.

Djokovic’s team of lawyers said they intend to appeal the minister’s decision to allow him to continue playing at the Australian Open.Return to Sohu, see more

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