The Australian government has canceled Novak Djokovic's visa. Four days later, the immigration minister assures that for reasons of health and good order it is a priority to expel the Serbian tennis player. The government considers that having passed the disease a few weeks ago does not exempt the ATP number 1 from being vaccinated. Now, the Serbian tennis player can appeal the decision before a federal court, but in the meantime he will have to wait for the decision in a migrant center or in a hotel, without being able to train. The problem is that the judicial decision may come once the tournament has started and Djokovic cannot play his first round match, so he would be eliminated against his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic.
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