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Djokovic’s case LOSES, set to be RECOMMENDED, Kyrgios knocks Nadal, Australian Open draw

NOVAK DJOKOVIC has LOST his Federal Court case and will be deported from Australia.

The world No. 1 hearing ended on Sunday as he continued to make his final bid to avoid deportation.

Before the hearing, the Serbs return Squared Park Hotel where he was detained prior to his previous appeal against deportation, which he won.

He faces deportation again after the country’s immigration minister decided to cancel his visa a second time.

But after the Australian government’s change, it was reported that Djokovic DID was granted a valid medical exemption.

Instead, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s case is expected to focus on Djokovic’s status as a high-profile unvaccinated person and the possible threat to public health and order. public self.

Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic has found an unexpected ally in Nick Kyrgios, who has condemned the likes of Rafael Nadal for not speaking out in support of the Australian Open champion.

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  • The reason why Djokovic lost

    Immigration Minister Alex Hawke assessed that Djokovic could be a threat to public health and good order if he were allowed to stay in Australia.

    Djokovic’s lawyers must dismiss this beyond any doubt.

    Some of the reasons Hawke listed for his stance were Serb’s previous stance on vaccinations and his inability to quarantine after testing positive for Covid in his country.

    Hawke did not mention Djokovic’s form error in his original application or his medical waiver for vaccinations, which he said he was “willing to accept” as valid. rate.

  • That’s for Novak

    Djokovic is expected to face his colleague Serb Miomir Kecmanovic in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday night (Melbourne time).

    However, it is almost inconceivable that any further submissions could have been heard before that.

    Looks like this is the end of the line.

  • Explanation process

    Chief Justice Allsop explained to the international audience that Novak Djokovic is not appealing the decision made by the Immigration Minister.

    He applied to the Federal Court to review the legality or legality of the decision.

    The court’s decision was unanimous and will set forth grounds to dismiss Djokovic’s case in due time.

  • Novak Djokovic has LOST his case!

  • We are proceeding again in Federal Court

  • Decided at 6:45 p.m

    Novak Djokovic will find out if he can stay in Australia in just a few minutes.

  • Lawyer: Novak low risk

    Novak Djokovic’s lawyer says the Government’s PRIVATE submissions suggest he poses little risk of passing Covid on to others.

    Serb’s group also claimed the government’s arguments for his deportation were based on falsehoods.

    Specifically, lawyer Nick Wood denied that Djokovic was an effective force in the anti-vaccination movement.

  • Nearly 50,000 people are watching

    Online audiences are flocking to the attractive performance of Novak Djokovic.

    After it started at 10:32 a.m. our time, almost 50,000 people watched the stream within the first half hour.

  • The case of ‘lunch time’

    Lawyers for both sides seem to think Novak Djokovic’s appeal will be completed by Sunday lunchtime in Australia – that is, in the early hours of Sunday morning UK time.

  • Judge grants expedited hearing needed

    A Federal court judge said it’s now or never for the hearing – as the Australian Open will begin in less than 24 hours.

    The judge said: “Unless the court … wraps up the matter today or tomorrow, any right of Djokovic’s appeal if he loses will or at least partially be exercised. [useless] for the purpose of his visit near the start of the event. “

  • Djokovic ‘watching from the legal team’s office

    Serb legend Novak Djokovic is said to be following his appeal from the law offices.

    The latest poll clearly shows a majority of Australians want the unvaccinated reigning champion to LOSE his case.

  • The wait continues..

    Novak Djokovic’s entire future as an Australian Open player depends on his appeal against deportation.

    Three Federal Court judges listened to the arguments for about half an hour in an off-camera hearing.

    Djokovic losing the lawsuit could mean being banned by Australia for 3 years.

  • Morrison stands firm against Novak

    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced before the hearing that the cancellation of Novak Djokovic’s visa keeps the country safe.

    Unvaccinated defending Oz Open champion Djokovic is currently hearing an appeal.

    But Morrison said earlier in a statement: “Our strong border protection policies have kept Australians safe, before Covid and now during the pandemic.

    “This pandemic has been extremely difficult for all Australians but we have stuck together and saved lives and livelihoods.

    “Together, we have achieved the lowest mortality rate, strongest economy and highest immunization coverage in the world.

    “Australians have made many sacrifices during this pandemic and they expect the results of those sacrifices to be protected.”

  • The case of the Government…

    Here’s a summary of what the Australian Government will say to federal judges tonight in Novak Djokovic’s appeal:

    • Serbs’ Personal Opposition to Vaccination
    • * ‘Available evidence suggests Djokovic’s presence can fuel anti-vaccination sentiment’
    • * Djokovic did not show that Immigration Minister Alex Hawke did NOT consider the impact of revocation on feelings of opposition
  • Novak started protesting

    Novak Djokovic will find out tonight or in the next few hours if his appeal against deportation from Australia is successful.

    And the federal court will begin the hearing in a few minutes.

  • Novak looks ‘confident’

    Although he seemed nervous when he arrived at his lawyer’s office, observers said that Novak Djokovic was very relaxed and ‘confident’.

    The 20-time Grand Slam champion is being held in immigration detention at the Park Hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Carlton.

    He was then spotted leaving shortly before 9am Australian time – 10pm UK time.

    It was 30 minutes before his appeal against the eviction began.

  • 3 judges to hear the appeal

    Novak Djokovic’s expulsion will certainly be the final answer to whether he can defend his Australian Open title.

    And one big reason is that THREE Federal Court judges will be on trial – not just one.

  • Novak leaves the hotel before the hearing

    It is understandable that Novak Djokovic looked serious and nervous as he left his hotel to appeal his eviction this evening.

    The nine-time Australian Open champion faces a three-year Oz ban if a federal court rules his visa has been cancelled.

  • Novak Live Stream

    Who’s up for a bit of courtroom drama on Saturday night?

    The Federal Court of Australia will stream Novak Djokovic’s hearing on their YouTube page this evening.

    We’ll provide a link here on SunSport for those who want to watch, as well as a text update.

    The last video on their channel had just over 6k views – to be fair, tonight’s video could have gotten more.

  • ‘Invalid and unreasonable’

    Novak Djokovic’s lawyers still believe they can overturn the expulsion of the defending Australian Open champion from the country tonight.

    The nine-time winner of the tournament could be banned from Oz for three years if he loses his case before Aussie federal court judges at 10:30pm.

    But the defense group of the unvaccinated Serbs say the Australian Government gave ‘invalid and unjustified’ reasons to cancel his visa again after he won his first appeal.

    Djokovic has been moved back to an immigration detention hotel in Melbourne ahead of tonight’s hearing.

  • The story continues tonight

    It won’t be long until the Down Under hearing, set for 10:30pm GMT.

    In case you missed it earlier, Sydney-based lawyer Simon Jeans said he was surprised the Australian Government had decided to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa for public order reasons.

    Jeans said he expected to focus on Djokovic’s vaccination status and whether that would meet Australia’s entry requirements.

    He told ESPN: “The unanswered question is if Djokovic is a threat to good order, why give him a visa in November?”

  • OZ PM: Expulsion of Novak keeps us safe

    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has claimed that canceling Novak Djokovic’s visa keeps the country safe.

    Unvaccinated defending Oz Open champion Djokovic is in custody before hearing his second appeal against deportation at 10:30pm UK time

    But Morrison said in a statement: “Our strong border protection policies have kept Australians safe, before Covid and now during the pandemic.

    “This pandemic has been extremely difficult for all Australians but we have stuck together and saved lives and livelihoods.

    “Together, we have achieved the lowest mortality rate, strongest economy and highest immunization coverage in the world.

    “Australians have made great sacrifices during this pandemic and they expect the results of those sacrifices to be protected.

    “Due to expected ongoing legal proceedings, I will not provide any further comment.”

  • Jeans go out of legs

    Sydney-based lawyer Simon Jeans said he was surprised the Australian Government decided to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa for public order reasons.

    Jeans said he expected to focus on Djokovic’s vaccination status and whether that would meet Australia’s entry requirements.

    I said ESPN: “The unanswered question is if Djokovic is a threat to good order, why grant him a visa in November.

    “This is a high-risk strategy. It will be much harder for the minister to convince the three judges that what he is doing is in the public interest. “

  • Djokovic’s legal team NEW plan

    Djokovic’s legal team is said to plan to rip up Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s argument for asking Serbs to leave the country into a new one.

    Hawke revoked Djokovic’s passport for a second time on the grounds that he thought the 34-year-old would stir up anti-vax sentiment if he remained in Australia.

    However, Djokovic’s legal team has prepared a plan to show that Hawke has no ‘legal basis to determine whether Djokovic has a well-known stance on vaccination,’ according to the statement. Daily mail.

    Djokovic’s legal representatives assert Hawke’s theory is based on comments made by WorldNo.1 in 2020 – and the Australian government has not made any efforts to find out how he currently feels How about vaccines.

    The Mail also reports that Nicholas Wood SC of leading silk will oppose Hawke’s claims by saying that the minister’s lack of evidence to prove Djokovic’s presence would ‘send up waves in the anti-vaxxer community.’

    And instead, Wood SC will insist that Djokovic’s expulsion will promote opposing views

  • It’s all politics

    Former Moto GP rider Marco Melandri has criticized the Australian government for making the Djokovic affair a political issue.

    He said: “One of the most important tournaments in the world cannot be without a number one and because of that, they did everything to get him in.

    “Then politics took over, because the problem had nothing to do with health. Consequences for a career?

    “I think he doesn’t care highly and I have a lot of respect for him because he has values ​​and that’s right, because this is no longer a health emergency, it’s just a political issue. .”

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