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Novak Djokovic taken into custody! Federal court adjourned – sport mix

 Novak Djokovic taken into custody!  Federal court adjourned - sport mix

More excitement in the entry thriller about tennis star Novak Djokovic (34)!The Serb now has to spend at least one day and one night in the deportation hotel Park Hotel, to which he was again admitted. The federal court adjourned to Sunday (9.30 a.m. local time). The Djokovic lawyers and the lawyer for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke (44) agreed on this. The Djokovic side had already pleaded in court on Friday for Sunday to be the next day of the hearing in order to have time to obtain evidence. The other side had no objection to this. Novak Djokovic will remain in custody until a decision has been made about his visaPhoto: Darko Vojinovic/AP The only point of contention: will a single judge be heard on Sunday, like Friday and Saturday – or by three judges? A decision by a three-judge court would be difficult to challenge in the event of a decision in favor of Djokovic by Immigration Minister Hawke.He was previously taken into custody by the Australian border authorities on Saturday morning (local time). No surprise, because Judge Anthony Kelly had determined exactly that on Friday at the appeal hearing against the visa revocation. Accordingly, the hearing before the immigration authorities was scheduled for 8 a.m. local time. Until then, the number 1 in the world was allowed to consult with her lawyers throughout the night. Since there was still time after the hearing until the hearing before the federal court at 10.15 a.m., Djokovic was arrested. Media crowd outside the immigration office on Londsdale Street in MelbournePhoto: LOREN ELLIOTT/REUTERS

Djokovic has already had his visa withdrawn twice by immigration authorities for not being vaccinated against Corona.Australia’s Immigration Minister Alex Hawke (44) did this for “reasons of public health and order.” The 20-time Grand Slam winner immediately loses the right to stay in Australia.The Australian government argues that keeping the unvaccinated tennis player in the country would encourage “anti-vaccination sentiment”, according to court documents.
Meanwhile, Serbian Coronavirus Crisis Team member Zoran Gojkovic revealed that Djokovic’s positive PCR test is said to be actually from December 16. “It’s absolutely valid,” he said. He also contradicted Prime Minister Ana Brnabic (46), who accused Djokovic of not having gone into isolation. “By that point, those provisions no longer existed,” he said.Accordingly, Djokovic has no fear of punishment, at least in Serbia.

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