Djokovic returns to the notorious immigration detention center in Melbourne


Djokovic sent to infamous immigration detention hotel before final visa confrontation

  • Djokovic returns to the notorious immigration detention center in Melbourne
  • His Australian visa was revoked by the government for a second time on Friday
  • The world’s No. 1 Serbian tennis star is considered a ‘health and well-being risk’
  • Anti-Wax, pro-Dawak and asylum protesters gathered in Melbourne
  • Rafa Nadal admitted he was tired of the scandal, saying there was no one bigger than the incident


Djokovic is seen returning to immigration after his visa was revoked, as the top players took swipes at the non-vaccine champion.

Djokovic was spotted driving into the Park Hotel compound in Carlton, Melbourne on Saturday afternoon, and will remain there until his federal court of appeals is set for Monday morning.

He spoke with immigration officials at an unknown location on Saturday morning at 8am. Border officials arrested Djokovic following a court-ordered system.

Djokovic’s lawyers then made their submissions at 10.15am during an online federal court hearing at their attorney’s office, led by Judge David O’Callaghan.

Djokovic was driven into the Park Hotel Compound in Carlton, Melbourne on Saturday afternoon, and will remain there until his federal court appeals hearing Monday morning.

Media and protesters gathered outside the infamous detention center hotel, where an undocumented Serbian star was placed

Media and protesters gathered outside the infamous detention center hotel, where an undocumented Serbian star was placed

His crack legal team is expected to have a harder time repealing a recent visa ban than he did when he was first arrested by an Australian Border Force officer on January 10.

The Serbian superstar remains a focus of the world and is a fixture of fiery debates about health, science, politics and migration.

Anti-Wax supporters and anti-immigration detention protesters gathered at Rod Laver Arena and outside the notorious detention center, where some asylum seekers have been kept for years.

At the tennis stadium, 200 anti-vaccine protesters shouted slogans against ‘free Novak’ and ‘let him play’ and vaccines and mask orders.

The young US Open champion, Emma Raducanu, said the scandal was disturbing

The young US Open champion, Emma Raducanu, said the scandal was disturbing

Novak's biggest rival, Rafa Nadal, says nobody is bigger than the Australian Open

Novak’s biggest rival, Rafa Nadal, says nobody is bigger than the Australian Open

Djokovic was seen riding on the back of a white sedan while re-entering the detention center compound wearing a green tracksuit and white mask.

As the top seed of the Australian Open returned to custody, Rafael Nadal of Spain, rival racing to claim a record 21 Grand Slam titles, acknowledged his embarrassment over the Serb’s superstar.

‘Honestly I’m a little tired of the situation because I believe it’s important to talk about our sport, tennis,’ Nadal said.

‘Nobody is more important than the event in history, isn’t it? [It] There will be a great Australian Open with or without him.

Meanwhile, the brilliant young US Open champion, Emma Raducanu, said the scandal was disturbing.

‘I think it’s a bit far from the great tennis going on this summer in Australia … that’s kind of distracting.’

He believed that people were missing the performances of other stars who deserved attention, such as the return of Britt Andy Murray.

The main reasons behind Djokovic’s visa cancellation were revealed on Saturday, with Minister Alex Hawke saying his presence in Australia could ‘foster an anti-vaccination feeling’.

The main reasons behind Novak Djokovic's visa cancellation have been revealed by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, who said his presence in Australia could 'foster an anti-vaccination feeling'.

The main reasons behind Novak Djokovic’s visa cancellation have been revealed by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, who said his presence in Australia could ‘foster an anti-vaccination feeling’.

Court records show Djokovic's visa caused Mr. Hawk's revocation

Court records show Djokovic’s visa caused Mr. Hawk’s revocation

Djokovic has posed a ‘danger to the good order of the Australian community’, saying that staying in Australia could cause a ‘public disruption’ to the values ​​of Australian society.

Djokovic has posed a ‘danger to the good order of the Australian community’, saying that staying in Australia could cause a ‘public disruption’ to the values ​​of Australian society.

On Friday, Hawk announced that Serbia’s tennis star’s visa had been canceled for the second time, citing a long list of reasons, including the fact that Djokovic had shown ‘obvious disregard’ for the separation after a positive test result.

‘I think Mr Djokovic’s current presence in Australia can lead to an increase in anti-vaccination sentiment in the Australian community, which may lead to an increase in the kind of civil unrest experienced in Australia with rallies and protests. The source of community dispersal, ‘Mr Hawke said, as seen in court documents.

The drama surrounding the Novak Djokovic affair is set to be captured in the documentary, a tennis version of Drive to Survive.

Sportsmail It is understood that the staff is already in Australia in the shooting of the most explosive start of the tennis season in recent years, thanks to the failure around the world No. 1.

The sport’s usually dissenting management stakeholders have come together to support and approve a new plan that will eventually air on Netflix.

Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open Epic Visa Saga

Defending Djokovic’s Australian Open title remains in doubt after Australian immigration officials canceled his visa for a second time.

Here’s how the saga unfolded:

January 4: Djokovic tweeted that he was going to the Australian Open on medical grounds. She writes on Instagram: ‘I spent a wonderful quality time with my loved ones during the break and today I’m going down with an exemption permit. Let’s go to 2022 !! ‘

January 5: Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned Djokovic he will be ‘next flight home’ if he considers medical immunity insufficient, and Djokovic is adamant that he does not receive preferential treatment.

January 5: Djokovic’s visa has been canceled upon his arrival in Melbourne. The Australian Border Force declared the player ‘failed to provide adequate evidence to meet the entry requirements for Australia’.

January 6: After the visa was refused, Djokovic was sent to the Park Hotel in Melbourne. He launched an appeal, which was adjourned at 10am on January 10th. Serbian President Alexander Vuಕ್i ಹೇಳುತ್ತಾರೆ says Djokovic is a victim of ‘weakness’.

January 9: Djokovic’s lawyers say he was granted a vaccine immunity to enter Australia because he registered a positive Kovid-19 test in Serbia on December 16. However, social media posts indicate that she attended several social events shortly after her apparent diagnosis.

January 10: Djokovic’s visa cancellation was canceled by Judge Anthony Kelly, who ordered the Australian government to pay legal costs and release Djokovic from custody within half an hour. Djokovic wants to be ‘happy and grateful’ and ‘stay and try to compete’.

January 11: Djokovic’s title defense remains in doubt as Australian Immigration Minister is considering whether to override the court’s decision, reportedly due to a misleading statement he made in his entry form 14 days before his arrival in Australia.

January 12: Djokovic has admitted that he made a ‘mistake of judgment’ by attending an interview with a French journalist when Kovid was positive. She says she attended a children’s tennis event the next day, but did not receive a positive test notification until after the event.

January 13: Djokovic will face Serbia’s Miyomir Kekmanovic in the first round.

January 14: Immigration Minister Alex Hock said in a statement that Djokovic’s visa has been canceled for the second time, “based on health and good order.”

Reporting through PA

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