Novak Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia | SportsCenter

Novak Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia | SportsCenter

Novak Djokovic will not have the opportunity to compete in the Australian Open, as he lost his appeal and is set to be deported.

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Tennis star Novak Djokovic deported from Australia after visa cancellation

Tennis star Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia after a federal court upheld his visa’s cancellation over his vaccination status. He had been initially scheduled to play in the Australian Open, which kicks off Monday. However, Australian officials require everyone coming into the country to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and Djokovic remains unvaccinated. CBSN’s Lana Zak sits down with CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab to discuss Sunday’s court ruling and widespread reactions to the controversy.

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Tennis star Novak Djokovic deported from Australia after losing visa battle

Tennis star Novak Djokovic left Australia on Sunday after losing his final bid to avoid deportation and play in the Australian Open despite being unvaccinated for COVID-19.

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Djokovic deportation: The fallout in Australia and Serbia | DW News

Novak Djokovic has left Australia after losing his appeal against his visa cancellation.
He was deported after judges upheld a decision by the immigration minister that the unvaccinated tennis star posed a threat to public health. It comes after a 10-day legal battle that began when Djokovic arrived to compete in the Australian Open. He was hoping for an unprecedented 21st men’s Grand Slam win.
The reigning champion flew out of Australia after losing his court battle, to the dismay of his crestfallen supporters, many of them Serbian expatriates.
But, for others in a country that has endured one of the world’s strictest coronavirus lockdowns, Djokovic’s admission to Australia would have been the injustice.
Little wonder, then, that the Australian government basked in the glow of victory. Strong borders had kept the country safe during the pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.
Unsurprisingly, the decision didn’t go down so well in Belgrade, where Djokovic is venerated.
In purely sporting terms, the decision leaves a superstar-shaped hole in the Australian Open. The Serb has bagged nine of the last 14 titles. He is now denied the chance to add to that haul – not only this year but potentially at the following three tournaments – should normal deportation rules apply.
For now, Djokovic is also denied a shot at a record 21st major title. The 34-year-old said he was "extremely disappointed" but that he would respect the ruling – one whose implications, both sporting and political, are seismic.

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Novak Djokovic Leaves Australia After Losing Appeal

Novak Djokovic, the world’s number one tennis player, will not defend his title at this year’s Australian Open after losing an appeal over his vaccine status. Djokovic has reportedly left the country, boarding a flight from Melbourne to Dubai. NBC’s Molly Hunter reports for Sunday TODAY. 

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Novak Djokovic está fora do Aberto da Austrália

A justiça rejeitou o recurso do tenista contra uma ordem de deportação. O visto do sérvio também foi cancelado pelo Tribunal Federal do país. Djokovic disse estar decepcionado, mas que respeita a decisão.

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Djokovic deported from Australia after losing appeal

Tennis star Novak Djokovic flew out of Australia after a court upheld the government’s decision to cancel his visa over his unvaccinated status

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Djokovic to be deported from Australia after losing visa appeal | DW News

Novak Djokovic says he is extremely disappointed that he faces deportation from Australia after losing his appeal against his visa cancellation.
Three judges upheld the decision made by the country’s immigration minister that the tennis star posed a threat to public health. The verdict comes after a ten-day battle between the Serb and the Australian authorities over his vaccine exemption status. It is expected that Djokovic will be deported within hours and could face a three-year ban from the country. The full reasoning behind the ruling will be published in the coming days.

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Djokovic é detido após ter visto cancelado na Austrália

O sérvio Novak Djokovic foi detido novamente em Melbourne neste sábado (sexta-feira no Brasil), um dia depois de autoridades do país terem cancelado pela segunda vez o visto do tenista por motivos sanitários e de ordem pública.

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Novak Djokovic Detained In Australia Overnight Amid Fight To Compete

Novak Djokovic’s visa was revoked again in Australia and he was taken into custody overnight. Djokovic, the number one ranked men’s tennis player in the world, is battling for a chance to play in the Australian Open despite being unvaccinated. NBC’s Molly Hunter reports for Weekend TODAY.

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