Tennis star could face JAIL TIME, government could CANCEL visa AGAIN, latest Australian Open

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Andy Murray says Novak Djokovic still has ‘a few questions’ to answer after he is released from prison in Australia.

World number one Djok won a court match that overturned his visa cancellation on Monday, a week before the Australian Open began.

More and more complicated daily revolves around the Covid-19 vaccine status of the Serb star.

However, Australian border officials are now investigating whether his tourist visa application was fraudulent.

British tennis hero Muzza said: “It is positive that he is no longer in custody.
“There are still some questions that need to be answered around the isolation, which I am sure we will get a response from him in the next few days.”

And it’s all a bit Down Under when it comes to Djok.

In leaked mic footage from two Australian television news stations, the world number one was hyped for his off-field behavior amid allegations of lying during his travels.

The 7 News hosts, Rebecca Maddern and Mike Amor, made the comment during the commercial and were unaware they were being filmed.

Maddern has been heard saying, “No matter how you look at it, Novak Djokovic is a liar, sneaking a hole ***.”

Australian Border Force officials will also ask Djokovic more questions surrounding his entry to Australia, focusing on where exactly he was prior to arrival.

The star said he had not traveled anywhere before arriving in Melbourne – but footage has emerged showing him in Spain. Tennis star could face JAIL TIME, government could CANCEL visa AGAIN, latest Australian Open

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